AFC Leopards out to do things differently

Ingwe have decided not to mention league title in their objectives

AFC Leopards chairman Dan Mule has spoken about the club’s ambitions ahead of the Kenyan Premier League kick-off.

Ingwe finished at an unfamiliar position 13 last season and they would not like a repeat of such performance in 2017. Head coach Stewart Hall has completed recruitment of players and he has expressed confidence in them with an aim of finishing among the best teams by the end of the season.

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His hope rhymes with that of Mule, who has also decided not to set a higher target for the team insisting that they only need to improve.  

“The preseason training has already began and that is what we are focusing on now. All the new signings have reported to training. Once we are off to a good start we can find ways of maintaining a good run but a poor start will only throw the club into unnecessary panic and we don’t want that. We want to do things differently this year,” he told

The league’s kick-off date has been tentatively scheduled for Saturday, February 18. 

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