On Saturday 6 October, HBC Milimani had been slated to host Nakuru’s Comply in a Division One [Western Zone] match.
The visitors made it Homa Bay for the match and even went through the pre-match formalities. However, the home side failed to turn up for the match, awarding Comply two points.
Speaking of the unfolding, Comply’s head Coach Stephen Maina said that as much as they appreciated the points, it was demoralizing for them to travel all the way for the match, only to return without playing it.
-It is unfortunate when a home side fails to show up for a match and we hope that this doesn’t become a trend, Maina told Futaa.com.
This is the second time the Milimani, who have picked six points from 30 matches, have failed to avail themselves for a home match.
They did not attend their Sunday 23 match against Finlays Horticulture, again dishing out free points.