Top Fry AllStars suspend coach following player strike
23 October 2014, 12:17
Nairobi - The Top Fry AllStars have asked coach Nick Yakhama to step aside as investigations go on into a player strike.
The AllStars CEO Robert Muthomi said Wednesday that Yakhama, a former AFC Leopards coach had been suspended to pave way into investigations on a players strike that has paralysed the struggling Nakuru club.
The players went on striker Tuesday to demand unpaid dues and there were allegations of fraud during the weekend trip to Mombasa to face Bandari where some players it was said spent the night in the team bus ahead of the game.
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" We are looking into all allegations and the coach has stepped aside to allow us proceed, Muthomi said.
The AllStars are on the verge of relegation from the Kenyan Premier League after a poor first season in the top flight which sees them placed bottom of the log, seven points from safety with three games left to play.
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