Gor Mahia handed fine with two players banned
The Kenyan champions Gor Mahia have been fined Sh1milion by Caf with key players Harun Shakava and Joash Onyango banned.
The K’Ogalo duo are set to miss the next two Caf matches for alleged indiscipline behaviour during their match against Lobi Stars in Nigeria losing to the Nigerian club 2-1 with a late goal.
According to reports Captain Harun Shakava was involved in a brawl with the opponents’ custodian, with his partner Joash Onyango also reportedly abusing the referee with both suspended for two more Caf matches.
Sirkal who squeezed past Cameroon side New Star over the weekend in the CAF Confederation Cup first leg 2-1 with Jaques Tuyisenge rescuing the club but now face an uphill task with the defenders missing the return leg.
club’s deputy secretary General Ronald Ngala revealed to Goal.com that the club won’t appeal
“After they missed last weekend, we anticipated for tougher action and had been prepared for that.
“However, the fine is too much for the club, we will not appeal the decision by Caf though. It is a wake-up call for our players, they should also learn to behave better in these matches next time,”