AFC Leopards star promises to remain disciplined

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The midfielder was on target for AFC Leopards against Nzoia Sugar on Saturday

AFC Leopards midfielder Allan Kateregga, whose name was reportedly etched on the club’s list of indiscipline players, has promised to change this season.

The Ugandan has, however, promised not to be involved in any sort of indiscipline scenarios this season asserting that he is a changed lad. He has lauded the effect coach Stewart Hall has had on Ingwe and he believes the team is heading in the right direction.

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"Last season, I must admit mistakes were made, honestly I lost it at some point and yes it cost us. Well, I am a changed man right now and a much disciplined one in that matter, do not expect a repeat of last season. Coach Hall (Stewart) has been a factor in my life and I appreciate that.

"This time round we are giving our best in the league and I believe we will manage to register positive results."

Ingwe have managed to collect maximum points from the two matches played.

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