The postponement of the President’s Cup semi final matches which were initially set for the weekend of October 13 – 14 to a week later caused a clash with matches in the Kenyan top flight.
But Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Chair Sam Nyamweya has promised an amicable solution on the issue.
The Chairman, speaking at a press conference on Thursday 11 October at the Boulevard Hotel, said the federation is in progressive negotiations with the Tusker Premier League (TPL) management over a shift in dates.
He added that the mood in the football circles around the country was that the matches be put on hold until the regular season ends in November, an idea the federation would consider.
Mood on the ground
-We have not yet agreed over the clash in dates but we are in active negotiations. The mood on the ground is that we move the cup games to after the league season and we are willing to consider that.
-We have a very good working relationship with the league management and I am sure we will reach an amicable solution on this, he said.
From the initial dates, the FKF Cup semis dates were moved to Saturday 20 and Sunday 22 October 2012.