Chris Brown wants Karrueche back after baby mama drama

Chris Brown is doing everything possible to get back with  his ex Karrueche Tran, while she is doing everything she can to stay away from him.

The singer has been desperately trying to reach Karrueche but she has blocked his calls! .

Even though Karrueche won’t give Chris the time of day, he plans to see her the moment he is back from his “Between The Sheets tour” and beg for her forgiveness.

Karrueche is trying to get her stuff from Chris’ house but he doesn’t want to do that till he’s back from the tour later this month so they can meet face to face.

Chris says he understands her being upset, but he wants the chance to talk to her and explain. He thinks he deserves that after all they have been through.

Karrueche told her friends she doesn’t believe anything that comes out of his mouth and have asked them to stop delivering his messages.

KPL Players Give Both FKF and KPL One Week Notice To Solve Their Wrangles

With no solution forthcoming, Kenyan Premier League players have decided to take matters into their own hands as football crisis’s in the country deepens.

Led by Bandari goalkeeper Wilson Obungu, the players have threatened to take into the streets in the next one week if both FKF and KPL will not have found a permanent solution to their unending wrangles.
Obungu says the current situation if not handled well will eventually distract their source of income.

“The mismanagement of football in Kenya, has threatened our source of livelihood coupled by inaction by the authorities who are custodian of the beautiful game as they keep on taking us for a ride” Obungu said.

“We have therefore decided all players to give them a one week ultimatum to sort out their issues and come up with a solution failure to which we will hold a mass demonstration of football players and fans “He added.

Flanked by among other Gor Mahia captain Jeremy Onyango, Wycliffe Kasaya, Joseph Shikokoti as well as Antony Kimani, Obungu they will see to have officials from both sides banned from running any football activities if they will not have found a solution in the stipulated time.

Meanwhile as the players spoke in one voice, KPL CEO Jack Oguda confirmed they had received the court order barring them from running any parallel league in the Country.

Oguda says they have already passed it to their legal team. The lawyers will now go through the documentation and advise them appropriately.

The KPL CEO also confirmed they will not proceed with the league matches until advised otherwise by the High Court.

“We have to follow the court order, we have to respect the rule of the law, as we speak are not going to proceed with the league until further directions” he said.

On Friday last week, Football Kenya Federation obtained the court order preventing KPL from running any league in the country. However KPL was not served with the order in time and 2015 KPL season kicked off as earlier planned.

Talks Between FKF and KPL Collapse

Talks between Football Kenya Federation and the Kenyan Premier League have collapsed. The two Football bodies had been directed by Sorts CS Hassan Wario to meet before today and come up with a solution that was acceptable to all.

The meeting started at around 10am with all parties represented. All club chairmen of 16 KPL clubs were in attendance while FKF was represented by National Executive Committee and branch officials.

At some point, tempers flared and FKF President Sammy Nyamweya was heard insisting he was the chairman of the meeting. Mathare United chairman Bob Munro walked out for a smoke and from a distance; he was seen consulting with his Gor Mahia counterpart Ambrose Rachier.

Munro never walked back to the meeting; instead he drove away insisting he had another important appointment. However before he left he told journalist who were around he was not certain if a solution will be found by the end of today.

After hours of deliberations, FKF called for a vote to decide on the way forward, KPL declined and walked out. According to KPL CEO Jack Oguda, there were no plans of any vote during their discussions.

“KPL’s position in the matter remains the same; we want to implement the FIFA report which recommended a sixteen team league” He said

“It was an issue about people agreeing on the way forward but it was going back and forth, revisiting issues, but in the end there was no agreement” He added.

KPL has insisted their league will go on as earlier planned while on the other hand, Nyamweya has given clubs until tomorrow 10am to confirm if they will take part in the newly formed FKF league.

Earlier Nyamweya had suggested there were almost getting a solution as the meeting took a break. The FKF president has accused KPL clubs for walking out when they almost found a solution.

KPL, FKF Stand Off Continues as Federation Cancels Super Cup Match

The War between Football Kenya Federation and The Kenyan Premier League is not about to end any time soon.

The Federation has released a press statement warning Gor Mahia and Sofapaka of dire consequences if they take part in the KPL super cup match set for tomorrow at Nyayo Stadium.

The Cup brings together winners of the KPL title vs. Winners of FKF cup and the unveiling of the trophy as well as cash prizes was held yesterday.

However FKF says they were not consulted or involved in the organizing of the match as well as granting permission for the match to go on.

The statement written by the Federation secretary Michael Esakwa further read any match official who will take part in the match will have his license revoked and face disciplinary sanctions from FKF.

The clubs will also face disciplinary action if they take part in a match that has not been sanctioned by the Football body.

Esakwa further added the Federation remains guided by the resolutions passed during their Special General Meeting held on the 30th of last month. During the meeting, FKF agreed to severed ties with.

The Federation also questioned the timing of the match which will be played 72 hours before both clubs take part in CAF champions League and Confederation Cup of Africa. The continental matches will be played this weekend.

According to FKF, tomorrow’s match pose a huge threat to players who will be representing the country in continental assignments.

Efforts to reach KPL CEO Jack Oguda on the same issue proved futile as our calls went unanswered.

FKF/ KPL Relationship Hits Rock Bottom

Football Kenya Federation President Sammy Nyamweya has insisted there will be only one league this season as wrangles between the Federation and Kenyan Premier League hits rock bottom.

Last week FKF held emergency SGM and severed ties with KPL after both sides failed to get amicable solution in regards to new league format proposed by FKF.

FKF had proposed an eighteen team league which was rejected by KPL, resulting to FIFA sending a delegation to intervene.

However this proved to be futile as both parties failed to agree even after receiving recommendations from FIFA consultant with KPL insisting they will hold a 16 team league.

In a statement released today, Nyamweya went on to warn on all match officials who will officiate in any other league. However he did not specify which action will be taken against such officials.

With the FKF league set to kick off on the 14th of this month, the FKF President is set to meet all 18 clubs taking part in the league on Saturday to brief them about the new league as well as sponsors.

According to FKF, each club will receive Ksh. 9m per year from the new sponsor which is yet to be unveiled. The clubs are expected to appoint their new chairman.

Meanwhile Kenyan Premier League governing council met today and agreed the new season will kick off on the 21st of this month.

All sixteen clubs are expected to take part in the league. Two teams were promoted towards last season.

KPL further declared they will ignore all threats and decisions by FKF which violate the previous FIFA and FKF-KPL cooperation agreements.

During the Governing Council meeting, the KPL teams signed a legally binding agreement on their participation for the 2015 KPL season.

Comedian Involved In Club Drama With Drunk Girlfriend

A renown local comedian caused a scene at a Nairobi entertainment joint earlier this week after he found his girlfriend dancing with a number of strangers. The Star reports.

The entertainer got so infuriated that he started shouting at the woman as he made his way to the crowded dance floor.

His desperate calls however seemed to fall on deaf ears.

After much pushing and shoving the comedian managed to grab his tipsy sweetheart by the hand and lead her downstairs and out of the club.

The angry man and his inebriated girlfriend then zoomed off towards Mombasa Road.