No team will be as much pleased with the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) coming to an end like Mount Kenya United who have had a catastrophic season, and for them it is surely good riddance.
Already confirmed to have been relegated, MKU’s season took an embarrassing low on Wednesday 29 May before the team’s final league tie against Ulinzi Stars at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru.
The tie set to kickoff simultaneously at 2PM with the other eight matches scheduled for the round, was delayed for almost an hour and eventually called-off.
The team arrived late, eight minutes to kickoff but before the game could start, there was another delay, this time brought about due to a clash in jerseys by both teams.
Wednesday’s disastrous showing continued with MKU having a quick meal of a packet of milk and a doughnut before heading to the pitch and another 30 minute delay followed before the game was eventually called off.
The bad showing sums up MKU’s season that has been the worst ever endured by a topflight club.
The team finishes rock bottom having managed only five wins while conceding a whopping 25 defeats. Formerly known as Nakumatt FC before the start of the season, MKU also dished out two walkovers before the final game and with the outcome, the points could be handed to Ulinzi Stars.