Western stima headcoach Salim Babu was a furious man yesterday after his side went down 2-0 to hosts Kakamega homeboyz in dramatic match that saw both teams reduced to ten men.
Experienced Allan Wanga was the tormentor once again netting his eighteenth goal of the season from the spot to steer Kakamega Homeboyz to an emphatic 2-0 win over resilient Kisumu based Western Stima in a tough Kenya premiership match that was staged yesterday at Bukhungu stadium.
However, the match witnessed a moment of madness in 52nd minute after visitor’s defender Junior was handed a red card by Centre referee George Mwai for a second bookable offence and a penalty for hosts after he deliberately handled the ball inside the box with scuffle ensuing from both players and the referee.
“this is not fair at all they have won unfairly and i will say it without fear that this kind of officiating should not be allowed in this generation and that is why when teams are assisted like this one they don’t perform internationally and that is what is killing Kenyan football, its high time the federation should dig into bribery claims because we spend a lot preparing for this matches if this is not bribery tell me what it is” lamented Babu.
Kakamega Homeboyz also finished the game ten men after their defender Kennedy Onyango was red carded in added time after a second yellow card with security officers being called in to escort match officials after the final whistle from angry Stima players and officials who were up in arms protesting