Supersport which is the official Kenya Premier League (KPL) broadcast sponsors, once again has pulled out of streaming live matches at the last minute without warning the viewers.
This comes after KPL and Supersport came into loggerheads over varied muggy issues which involves release of comprehensive fixtures.
Supersport had signed and extended five year broadcast deal with KPL which was to see Kenya Premier League get almost Shs100million more than the deal sealed when the company visited South Africa.
The two consecutive matches that were to be live broadcasted in due the three weeks includes; AFC Leopards vs Nzoia United at Machakos Stadium and Tusker FC vs Chemelil Sugar FC at Afraha Stadium
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