Former Cranes Coach Demands Owed 3 Billion By Federation Kenyan Football


Former Cranes head coach Bobby Williamson is presently embroiled in a three billion contract dispute with the Football Kenya Federation after his contract with the federation was terminated.


The Scotsman was spotted in Uganda recently and it is rumored that he could soon join KCCA FC. However, KCCA FC’s club chairperson has refuted the allegations.


Bobby dragged the FKF to court and with the case due for mention on Tuesday. However, the Employment and Labor Relations Court received an injunction a day before, halting the case until further notice. Accompanied by his lawyer Bobby Williamson also received a copy of the injunction and was seen matching away from the court premises in Kericho.


However, according to Williamson’s lawyer Gradus Oluoch the court will mention the case on Monday 25th July. Bobby fell victim to circumstances after the FKF changed guards at the top, appointing a new president.



Kenya will not feature in the World Cup group stages and the federation was blaming Bobby’s the failure to improve the Haraambe Stars’ fortunes; steering the national team to the next level. In the 2017 AFCON campaign, Kenya lost at home to Zambia in the early stages of the campaign which dented Kenya chances of qualifying for AFCON for the first time in 12 years.