Kenya Premier League (KPL) champions Gor Mahia have condemned Sunday incident of hooliganism during their match against Kenya Commercial Bank at Kenyatta Stadium.
In the melee, police engaged the already agitated fans in running battles that led to destruction of three vehicles.
The KCB team bus had its rear windscreen vandalized and the same spread to two Machakos County-owned ambulances that had packed at the stadium.
“We can’t entertain such uncouth behaviour, the perpetrators I believe are known and the police should take action on particularly those who destroyed property,” Gor CEO Lordvick Aduda.
He added: “As a club we can’t condone such behaviours and we call upon our fans to be patient and avoid such acts that will cause damage to the club’s much sought after image.”
Gor hosts Sony Sugar in midweek league match on Wednesday, before welcoming Egyptian side Zamalek in their opening Group D match of the Caf Confederation Cup at Kasarani stadium on Sunday.
Last year, crowd trouble depleted Gor’s bank accounts with heavy fines from the Confederation of African Football (Caf) during their 2-1 loss to Rayon Sports of Rwanda in a continental tie.
Source Daily Nation