Gor Mahia’s former captain Kenneth Muguna and keeper Boniface Oluoch have been hit with a heavy fine of Ksh. 1.6 million each and a ban of four games from any CAF competition.
The two were found guilty of attacking a match referee during Gor’s CAF Confederations match against Zambia’s Napsa Stars in February.
CAF has also ordered Gor Mahia to pay for all the damages caused by its players at the Heroes Stadium in Lusaka in the same match.
“Gor Mahia are instructed to immediately check the cost of the damages incurred by NAPSA Stars and reimburse the cost of damages caused by the players,” read part of the ruling by Caf’s disciplinary board.
Gor Mahia players got angry after South African referee Lebalang Mokete awarded a last minute penalty to Napsa Stars with striker Emannuel Mayuka converting it to send the Kenyan champions packing from the CAF Confederations cup on away goals. The match ended 2-2 on aggregate.
Muguna and Oluoch have 60 days to pay their respective fines.