Bandari waive gate charges for Horoya clash
Published on: October 31, 2019 06:06 (EAT)
Bandari FC has waived gate charges for Sunday’s CAF Confederations Cup playoff match against Guinean side Horoya AC. The Kenyans lost 4-2 during the away clash in Conakry last Sunday and will look to overturn that deficit at the Kasarani Stadium with a place in the group stages awaiting the aggregate winner. Horoya AC jetted into the country on Wednesday afternoon and held a closed door training session at the Nyayo National Stadium. Bandari have pitched their camp at Jamhuri High School in Nairobi ahead of their do-or-die clash. The aggregate winner will qualify for the group stage of the Confederations Cup. Norman Matemera has been appointed as the Center Referee for the match and will be assisted by Salani Ncube (First Assistant Referee), Edgar Rumeck (Second Assistant Referee) and Brighton Chimene (Fourth Official).