1. A domestic fowl, Gallus domesticus, descended from various jungle fowl of southeastern Asia and developed in a number of breeds for its flesh, eggs, and feathers.
2. Informal. A young or inexperienced person, especially a young girl.
a. A cowardly or fearful person.
b. A young male homosexual, especially
one sought as a sexual partner by older men.
AFC Leopards' officials are chicken [3a, not 3b].
I will substantiate.
October 2011… Beerschot swaggered into the Leopards camp, high-smelling of pheromones, got Collins Kisuya infatuated, and before the love hearts could clear off his eyes, he was miles away, in an SQ, in Antwerp.
Back in Kenya, Magelo and Company were screaming their lungs out that they had been wronged, and to show just how offended they were, they solicited the services of an international sports lawyer to help them teach Beerschot a lesson.
Apparently, no headway was made because months later, Kisuya is still busy gnawing on the Chokotoff [some sort of Belgian sweet] that was used to lure him out of the country.
That was in 2011.
January 2012… AFC marked out Eric Masika in Gor Mahia’s housing and tried to pull a Beershot on him.
It only took a glance from Gor, and AFC were waving around a KSh400,000 cheque, which Gor effectively banked and warned them to stay in their roost.
August 2012… After Pascal Ochieng had tricked AFC Leopards into believing that he was done with club-hopping, having ditched Rangers, they innocently took him in and even let him work out the details of his contract.
Less than two matches later, he was making headlines in Tanzania for signing with the Msimbazi Street Boys- Simba [Scary name, by the way].
All this while, AFC Leopards were assuming he was somewhere around the Gikomba market, shopping for training boots.
Mid-August 2012… The story is now out and AFC are threatening to do something to the lions.
Ha!Ha!Ha! He!He!He! Kh!Kh!Kh!, funny.
Let’s see how far they will go.