Boost for AFC Leopards as midfielder returns from injury

The Ugandan midfielder injured his ankle last month during the Super Cup competition held in Dar es Salaam

AFC Leopards attacking midfielder Allan Kateregga is back in training after more than a month out.

The Ugandan injured his ankle last month during the Super Cup competition held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, where Ingwe finished second behind eventual winners Gor Mahia. The player reported to training on Monday and says he feels great to be back after that layoff.

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"It is great to be back, my ankle is doing fine, no pain, I have healed completely and ready to play. My main aim is to help my team in every way possible especially after a few hard days. I am hopeful we will be doing better in the coming assignments, the momentum is building," Kateregga told Goal.

AFC Leopards will take on Bidco United in a rescheduled GOtv Shield round of 16 match on Wednesday hoping to qualify for the quarter-finals.

This game, however, comes early for Kateregga and his involvement after injury might be against Western Stima this weekend. 

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