AFC Leopards’ coach Luc Eymael has once again voiced his concerns with the manner the Executive Committee is handling transfer targets.
Eymael, who his on holiday at is native Belgium, says no negotiations have taken place between the EC and some of the players he wants signed ahead of the second leg of the Kenya premiership.
“It is very strange to work in these conditions. Nothing has changed yet despite leaving behind a list of my transfer targets.
“My assistant (Nicholas Muyoti) informs me that only twelve players trained on Thursday. They (EC) had promised before I left Kenya that they will have the transfers done as quickly as possible. If they don’t do the transfers…then they will be answerable to the fans,” Eymael told Goal.
Eymael added that Ugandan striker Dan Waguluka is yet to be contacted by club officials despite the (EC) promising the same.
“Wagaluka is not yet back because no one has spoken to him. I also have no news from two players – one from Burkina Faso and Rwanda - because no ticket have been availed for them to travel.
“In fact in this club you cannot understand who does what and it s a big problem they (EC) do nothing ...look Abdallah Juma (formerly Sofapaka) is still waiting for the secretary general to have his deal sealed…but no one know where the secretary is.”
Eymael however, confirmed that he will return home on Sunday and connect directly to Kisumu to link up with the team’s camp in Mumias.
“I received my air ticket today (Thursday) and will return to Kenya on Sunday. If they want AFC Leopards' to perform better in the second leg, they must sign the aforementioned players.”