Coast-based Kenya Premier League (KPL) side Bandari Football Club has sacked Salim Sumra as the team’s board member over claims of abuse of players.
According to sources within the club’s management, Salim Sumra will be served with his release letter during the Tuesday premier league match against defending champions Gor Mahia.
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The meeting where decision to sack Sumra was reached was chaired by the football club chief executive officer Edward Oduor .
The meeting unanimously resolved to sack him on allegations he is behind the club’s poor performance and for insulting players and being unfriendly to them.
Efforts to get comment from both Odour and Sumra have been futile after a closed-door meeting with him missing in attendance.
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Meanwhile Bandari Football Club has released gate charges for the Gor Mahia match with each spectator required to pay Sh 200. Security will also be beefed up before and after the match.
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