KPL Transfers: Ottamax back at AFC Leopards

Stafford Ondego/Goal Kenya.
AFC Leopards has appointed former Harambee Stars goalkeeper Mathew Ottamax as its new keeper’s trainer

Former Harambee Stars ace Mathews Ottamax has been appointed the new keeper trainer at AFC Leopards.

The former Gor Mahia custodian had been coaching Nakumatt FC on contractual basis after his exit from K,Ogalo, following fallout with former coach Ze Maria. Ottamax has confirmed this development to Goal and says it is a motivation for him.

“Yes, I have signed a contract with AFC Leopards, a two year deal, and honestly I am happy to be back home. This is a new beginning for me and I already feel motivated and ready to work with the club, it is a privilege for me.”

Ottamax takes Erick Wasike’s position at the club and will work with coach Robert Matano and team manager Gilbert Selebwa.

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