More trouble at AFC Leopards as assistant coach quits

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The Tanzanian tactician has been with the club since the beginning of the season after joining with Stewart Hall

AFC Leopards assistant coach Dennis Kitambi has officially resigned, Goal has learnt.

The Tanzanian tactician has been with the club since the beginning of the season, and has been assisting Tom Juma to lead the side after Stewart Hall resignation. AFC Leopards Secretary General Oscar Igaida has confirmed the new development.

"It is true, Kitambi is not with us, he has submitted his resignation letter and as a club we had to let him go. He has his head set elsewhere and he is serving his notice before leaving at the end of this month."

AFC Leopards are set to appoint Robert Matano as the new coach, with Tom Juma serving as his assistant.

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