Nyamweya promises stern action against absconding Were
17 February 2014, 13:45
Nairobi - Football Kenya Federation president Sam Nyamweya has promised to take action on AFC Leopards winger Paul Were for absconding club duty.
Were left Leopards in a huff for trials in South Africa, thus missing Leopards' CAF Confederations Cup clash with Ethiopia's Defence in Addis Ababa over the weekend.
Leopards have promised to take legal action on the player and now Nyamweya has come out to support them.
" It has come
to my attention that Paul Were did not travel with AFC Leopards S.C for the
return leg match against Defence FC of Ethiopia scheduled for 16th
February 2014 in Ethiopia.
" I take this
matter very serious as it amounts to an act of sabotage, by not honoring an
International assignment and the consequences have far reaching repercussions.
furnish the Federation with the details and relationship between AFC Leopards
and FISA Academy and the connection with Paul Were.
Federation we will take stern action against any party responsible for this act
of sabotage, his letter read.
Were is said to be holding trials with top tier side Bidvest Wits of the South African top flight.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page!