The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has declined to reschedule the Gor Mahia coordinate against RS Berkane on Sunday night over majority issues, sources state.
Reports demonstrate just eight players, who left Nairobi on Friday, have come to Berkane, Morocco in front of today around evening time’s CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals return coordinate.
12 different players in addition to the head mentor, Hasan Oktay, who went in an alternate departure from Nairobi on Saturday, landed in Casablanca early morning on Sunday yet will be yet to reach Berkane, about 650KM away.
The match is booked to commence at 8.00pm nearby time, 10.00pm Kenyan time and the players could touch base after the commencement.
Sources uncover the Gor Mahia authorities had mentioned for the arrival match to be rescheduled yet CAF would not take pardons.
Addressing Kahawa Tungu from Berkane on Sunday morning, Gor Mahia director Ambrose Rachier said that since there are no flights from Casablanca to Berkane on Sundays, they were compelled to contract a transport for the last clump of players, a 10 hour drive.
Prior, photographs of stranded players resting on the floor with some looking for solace under airplane terminal parlour seats surfaced web-based inspiring a clamour from general society over football hardships in the nation.
Francis Kahata and Philemon Otieno – who have been pivotal amid Gor’s notable CAF Confederation Cup run – were a portion of the stars influenced.
The photos were taken at the Doha International Airport.
As of late in another humiliating situation, the players were compelled to return for preparing on Thursday after Qatar Airlines denied they had travel appointments effectively held for them in opposition to government interchanges to the group.
Authorities have been accused for abusing the players.
Be that as it may, the club has turned out to preclude the charges from securing abuse and called the photos ‘arrange oversaw’.