- The match between the two was abandoned in the 90th minute after a section of club supporters attacked KCB FC technical bench members.
- The club will have to play their next five league matches behind closed doors as their fans are restricted from entry in the stadiums.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League side Muhoroni Youth have been fined Sh300,000 among other sanctions following the abandonment of their league match against KCB on Monday.
The match between the two sides was abandoned in the 90th minute after a section of club supporters attacked KCB FC technical bench members.
KCB were leading 1-0 courtesy of a goal from Haniff Wesonga before the referee blew the whistle to abandon the match.
According to the statement released by the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) League and Competitions Committee in regards to the matter, the match between Muhoroni and KCB will end in a 2-0 win for KCB.
The club will further be fined Sh300,000 and they will have to play their next five league matches behind closed doors as their fans are restricted from entry in the stadiums.
The club chairman, Moses Adagala, has also been banned from attending the club's next three games.
KCB took to their socials to denounce the actions by the Muhoroni supporters, terming the actions as hooliganism. “Hooliganism should not have a place in our football,” read the club's social post.
Muhoroni currently sit in position 13 with six points whereas KCB are sixth with eight points.
Muhoroni will be taking on Kariobangi Sharks at the Utalii grounds, Nairobi, after returning from the international break.