Kakamega Homeboyz players will have to half their expenditure following the coronavirus pinch on sporting activities.
The club’s playing talent has decided to take a 50% pay cut in bid to ensure the club survives the turbulent times.
“Kakamega Homeboyz Football Club players have decided to take a pay cut of 50% due to the out break of the Corona virus pandemic,” the statement posted on the club’s social media accounts reads in part.
The novel virus has taken a toll on the club’s sources of revenue, with the Kenyan Premier League outfit’s chairman Cleophas Shimanyula applauding the gesture from his troops.
“Club chairman and co-sponsor Cleophas Shimanyula aka TOTO has thanked the players for the giant step that they have taken to put the club afloat financially,” the club said in a statement on Sunday.
Homeboyz are currently second on the KPL log with 47 points, two shy off leaders For Mahia, 23 rounds into the season.