Recently, it was decided that the number of teams taking part in the Division One league be increased from 40 to 48.
As much as the arrangement has been supported by some second tier teams and those promoted from the Provincial League, there is some resistance from sections of the Division One.
Speaking against the plan, Finlays Horticulture Team Manager Kenneth Wafula said that bloating the league was only complicating a structure that was already complicated.
According to Wafula, the best thing would have been to cut down the number of Division One to at least 20, based on Merit, and use the rest to create a Division Two league, as per earlier plans.
Wafula also recommended for an increase in the number of Premier League teams.
-40 teams fighting for two promotion spots was bad enough; 48 teams gunning for two spots is just unfair, Wafula told Futaa.com.
-I am not sure what informed the increase in number of teams but it was a bad idea. I would rather we had a Division Two League set up as this would even have made the administration fluid.
-An increase in the number of Premier League teams, to at least 20, would also have helped give a bloated Division One a purpose but at the moment, everything just looks cluttered.
Finlays were ranked fifth in the Western Zone of the Division One league, at the end of the 2012 season, missing out on the lone promotion chance from the zone, which went to Kakamega Homeboyz.