Ingwe chairman Allan Kasavuli reveals to Goal that the club will drop eight players at the end of the season and adopt a policy of signing youngsters
AFC Leopards’ chairman Allan Kasavuli has revealed that the club will drop eight players at the end of this season and adopt a policy of signing youngsters.
Kasavuli says the era of signing big names has come to an end. The club has been heavily criticized for signing big names but with no performance to show for it.
"At the end of the season, we want to let go of eight players. Those who will go are either old or have nothing else to offer the team. From now on we are adopting a new policy in regard to signing of players.
“We will go to schools and get talented players who can help us in the future. The old trend of signing big names is gone and we want to develop our own,” Kasavuli told Goal.
Elsewhere, troubled midfielder Timonah Wanyonyi trained with Ingwe on Monday a week after he took off on the eve of ‘Mashemeji derby’ against rivals Gor Mahia.
It is not however, clear whether he will be available for selection on Wednesday when the team takes on Sony Sugar in a mid-week Kenyan Premier League match at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru.