•Concerning the Kenyan Premier League, Amour said the committee had already organised fixtures for the entire season that will be reviewed on a weekly basis to ensure the smooth running of the league.
•During the meeting at Nyayo stadium, Committee chairman Aaron Ringera reminded branches across the country that they would remain answerable to the caretaker committee.
The Football Kenya Federation Caretaker Committee has embarked on the process of constituting committees to look into the future of national teams, committee member Ali Amour has revealed.
Speaking on the sidelines of a meeting held at Nyayo Stadium on Tuesday, Amour said they are keen to revamp the national team to make Kenya more competitive on the global scene.
“We intend to constitute technical committees for all the national teams with a view of charting the way forward,″ said Amour.
“It is through these committees that we shall be in a position to decide whether we are going to retain the current crop of coaches or we shall be hiring new ones,” he added.
Concerning the Kenyan Premier League, Amour said the committee had already organised fixtures for the entire season that will be reviewed on a weekly basis to ensure the smooth running of the league.
“The fixtures are already out and we intend to follow them to the end. The only thing we shall be doing is to review them on a weekly basis.”
Amour admitted that there was a dire need to identify more quality pitches for top tier matches but said they would have to do with the existing ones as they look for alternatives.
The FKF caretaker Committee has put plans in place to ensure top-flight clubs are hosted in quality pitches,” he added.
“The state of the pitches hosting top-flight matches is not very encouraging and that's why we decided to take some of the matches to Nyayo Stadium,” continued Amour who also took issue with crowd trouble during matches.
“We have asked all the teams to ensure they control their fans during matches to avoid any ugly incidents that have been witnessed in the past.”
“We definitely have some plans to reward the teams at the end of the season. Something is already in the pipeline and we are going to make everything public in the coming days.”
During the meeting at Nyayo stadium, committee chairman, Aaron Ringera, reminded branches across the country that they would remain answerable to the caretaker committee.
“For the avoidance of doubt, all county associations, branches and any other organisations running the affairs of football in the country are subordinate to the caretaker committee,” said Ringera.
“The committee calls upon all clubs and associations to ensure that they fully comply with the requirements of the Spots Act to be able to turn football activities at the grassroots,” he added.
Ringera advised clubs to consult with the caretaker committee on a frequent basis and seek clarity where in doubt.
“Clubs are further advised to deal with branches and associations that are compliant and, where in doubt, to verify the information with the Sports Registrar.”
“The committee will shortly embark on grassroots tours across the country to engage clubs and football stakeholders with a view to streamlining all football activities at the grassroots level.”