By DAVID KWALIMWAMore by this AuthorKenyans on Thursday hit out at the Confederation of African Football following its decision to bar Harambee Starlets from competing at the Africa Women's Cup of Nations. Following an appeal by Equatorial Guinea, Kenya was struck off the eight-team list of competing sides and replaced by the Central Africans with barely a week until the start of the tournament. Equatorial Guinea had earlier been barred from competing in the tournament after they were found guilty of fielding an ineligible player, but upon appeal, the decision was overturned. "Decision comes just 10 days to the start of the tournament. Related Content FKF to appeal Harambee Starlets Awcon exclusion at CASFootball administrator Lordvick Aduda however argued that Football Kenya Federation's appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport could be time-barred.
Source: Daily Nation November 08, 2018 14:13 UTC