The Muhoroni Youth boss is in trouble for misconduct.
The country’s football disputes resolution body has found Adagala and Muhoroni Youth fans guilty of causing trouble during their league match against Kakamega Homeboyz played on 26 March.
The Kakamega-based club had been awarded points in the initial stage of the case and Muhoroni Youth’s miseries have now been compounded with a fine of Sh400, 000.
Their boss Adagala has also been fined Sh200, 000 and a 60-days ban from attending Kenyan Premier League matches.
“The tribunal finds and holds as follows: The chairman of Muhoroni, Mr. Moses Adagala and the supporters of Muhoroni breached the rules of Kenyan Football. Rule 3.3 of the rules provides that ‘Members and spectators are only allowed to attend or participate in the matches on condition that they observe the rules. Anyone who violates the rules can be ordered to leave the venue of the match. If they refuse to leave they can be removed by force and will face additional penalties and sanctions.
“Rule 3.4 (a) stipulates the responsibility of clubs for the conduct of their members and supporters. The facts relayed above and in the oral hearing, confirm that Mr. Moses Adagala and Muhoroni Youth Football Club are guilty of the charges laid against them,” a statement on KPL web-portal read.
This ruling comes a few minutes after the league docked Tusker three points for an offense against Zoo Kericho.