AFC Leopards midfielder set to return after injury setback

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The Ugandan sustained an ankle injury early last month during the Super Cup held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

AFC Leopards creative midfielder Alan Kateregga is hoping to return to training in the next two weeks.

The Ugandan sustained an ankle injury early last month during the Super Cup held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The attacking midfielder says he is happy with his progress, and aims at coming back stronger and helping the team perform better in the league.

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"My ankle is doing just fine, I hope to be back in two weeks time. It has been a long time for me out from the game, but I will come back stronger with an aim of helping my team to perform better. We are not in a good position but I am sure our situation will definitely improve," Kateregga told Goal.

"Yanga approached me yes, but remember I have a contract with AFC Leopards, so I told them to talk to the club; as for me, my concentration is on the game because I want to help the team."

Kateregga has so far scored two goals and provided an assist for Ingwe.

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