Hall: I wish I could refund AFC Leopards fans after derby defeat

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The Englishman has revealed that he was not impressed by the team's performance against K'Ogalo during the derby

AFC Leopards coach Stewart Hall has admitted that he felt sorry for the fans after the team lost to Gor Mahia on Sunday.

The Englishman has revealed that he was not impressed by the team's performance against K'Ogalo during the derby where Ingwe lost 3-0. Goals from Meddie Kagere, George 'Blackberry' Odhiambo and Timothy Otieno condemned Ingwe to their worst ever defeat in the derby in recent years.

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Coach Hall now says he could have refunded AFC Leopards fans Sh300 as a consolation. "I feel bad for the fans. If I could, I would have given all of them their Sh300 back," Hall told KPL official website.

“We were terrible. We lost the match in the first 15 minutes. It is like the players were an electronic device and someone took the battery out. We couldn't keep the ball at all. We were just running around like scared rabbits. With that kind of performance, there is nothing your substitutions can do to help the situations.

"We have very young boys in the squad. How many of them have played in a derby? - less than five. They couldn’t take the pressure.”

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