The Belgian tactician reveals to Goal that Ingwe are well prepared to end the sugar millers' dominance when two clash at Mumias Complex Stadium
AFC Leopards’ coach has vowed to end Chemelil Sugar’s dominance over his side when the two meet in a premiership match at Mumias Complex on Saturday.
AFC Leopards have failed to beat Chemelil in the last nine league fixtures with the sugar millers winning thrice and drawing six times.
“I have come to understand that we have a very bad record against Chemelil and I strongly think time to break that jinx is now. I do not fear any team in the league but I respect all of them. Chemelil is not an easy team but we will go all out for maximum points,” Eymael told Goal.
Two weeks ago after their defeat to Tusker, Eymael admitted that they have lost the fight for the league crown but he now says they have to finish the league stronger by collecting all points on offer in the remaining matches.
The Belgian also told Goal that he will be going for an Imbalambala-Masika partnership in central defense after Jonas Nahimana left for trials with MLS Side FC Dallas.
“I have no option at the moment than to play Masika and Imbalambala. Sale is still injured and he has only started light training. Anthony Kimani is a little bit overweight and unfit and he needs to work on his fitness. He might be on the first 18 but certainly won’t start.”