FKF will have to pay KSh4 million extra to Fifa as administrative costs for the Disciplinary Committee which sat on Monday to rule regarding the issue of former Harambee Stars coach Adel Amrouche.

Kenya was ordered to pay the Algerian compensation fee totaling to KSh109 million by March 5. 

However, the former did not comply with the ruling prompting the committee to meet and add Kenya 30 more days to comply. 

The sitting came with more consequences as the country will cough more money to the federation

“FKF will pay Fifa CHF10,000 as costs of proceedings,” read part of the ruling as obtained by SPORTS AFRICA.

“The Debtor is ordered to pay a fine to the amount of CHF 30,000. The fine is to be paid within 30 days of notification of the present decision. The Debtor is granted a final deadline of 30 days as from notification of the present decision in which to settle its debt to the Creditor and to Fifa.”

Kenya should be ready for tougher sanctions if they do not settle the debt within the specified time.

“If payment is not made to the Creditor and proof of such a payment is not provided to the secretariat to the Fifa Disciplinary Committee by this deadline, the present matter will, upon request of the Creditor, be resubmitted to the Disciplinary Committee to impose harsher sanctions on the Football Kenya Federation.

“These sanctions may lead, amongst others, to expulsion from Fifa competitions.”

Kenya might be locked out of 2022 World Cup qualifiers if they fail to pay the former coach.