Hall: I want AFC Leopards to posses more

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Ingwe are still restructuring following a poor run of results in the 2016 season that led to massive exodus last month

AFC Leopards coach Stewart Hall has revealed he is teaching the thirteen times league champions on how to keep possession.

Ingwe are still restructuring following a poor run of results in the 2016 season that led to massive exodus last month. Hall believes in the current crop of players, who he says can inspire the team to great success in 2017 season.

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"We did a few mistakes in our draw against (Posta) Rangers, we gave the ball away way too easily and we could not posses more as we wanted. It is an aspect we are working on and definitely after some time we will perfect it. Denying opponent the ball and giving incisive, accurate passes means no conceding cheap goals.

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"The signings we made are good and you could see from the way we have played our pre-season matches that they want to learn more and more," Hall told Goal.

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Ingwe is aiming to finish among the top three teams by the end of 2017 season.

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