AFC Leopards fans launch initiative to raise funds for transfers

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A source privy to the initiative has confirmed to Goal that the club is eyeing to sign four players before close of window

AFC Leopards fans have joined hands to raise funds that will be used to sign new players this transfer window.

A source privy to the initiative has confirmed to Goal that the club is targeting to sign four new players before current transfer window shuts. "The technical bench have already identified four players, they want signed and since the club doesn't have enough resources to get the players, we have launched a fans initiative to support the office to sign the players.

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"As it was evident today (Monday) whatever little we had raised helped secure one of the targets from the noses of Tusker FC. We are now targeting to raise more funds so that the other new signings can start training with the team as from next week. We welcome new members to join and help push for this initiative because we need to be part of the solution within the club."

Already Goal has obtained a list of some club fans who have contributed towards the initiative. They include 1. Marion 2000, 2. Chalinga 1000, 3. Bilal 1000, 4. Madegwa 1000, 5. Aluomasa 5000, 6. Masika 1000, 7. Derrick 1000, 8. Milimu 1000, 9. Achoka 1000, 10. Situma 3000, 11. Lumara 3000, 12. Munyendo 1000, 13. Renson 1000, 14. Musoma 1500, 15. Manyasa 1000, 16. Dutira 1000, 17. Lasiema 1000, 18. Ekaya 1000, 19. Antoo 2000, 20. Wabende 1000, 21. Opimbi 2000, 22. Sacliffe 500, 23. Millie 1000, 24. Ozil 1000, 25. Shivambala 1000, 26. Saulo 2000, 27. Soita 1000, 28. Kwajumbe 1000, 29. Lime 3000, 30. Gilbert 5000, 31. Mugasiali 2000, 32. Alubala 1500, 33. Mala 1000, 34. Edgar 1000, 35. Amboko 1500, 36. Seveni 1000, 37. Bwire 1500, 38. Zeruzeru 1000, 39. Mesut 1000, 40. Nganyi 1000, 41. Alusa 1000, 42. Ordina 1000, 43. Rhouzie 5000, 44. Weche 1000, 45. Osoo 1500, 46. Kafwa 1000, 47. Akwabi 1000, 48. Kahi 3000, 49. Busaka 1000, 50. Bahati 1000, 51. Aberi 1000, 52. Wesonga 1000 and 53. Manyasa 500.

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