The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has opened disciplinary proceedings against Gor Mahia duo of Boniface Oluoch and captain Kenneth Muguna.


The duo have been accused of harassing the referee in their loss to Napsa Stars last week when they were eliminated from the CAF Confederations Cup on a 3-2 aggregate.


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After the game, a section of Gor Mahia players surrounded the referee after protesting a late penalty that was bundled in by Emnnauel Mayuka.


In a letter in Pepeta’s possession, CAF, in part wrote to Gor saying: “The officials of the above mentioned match indicated in their reports that: “After the match Gor Mahia players No. 29 Oluoch Otieno Boniface and No. 10 Mugambi Muguna Kenneth attacked us and used abusive language against us.”


“CAF has decided to implement the provisions of the Disciplinary code in terms of article 11 and to open investigations allowing your affiliated players to respond to the reported incident.


“Therefore, the club is requested to provide us with its comments within five days, namely on the 5th of March 2021 by the latest after which the matter will be submitted to the CAF Disciplinary board.”


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