FKF Shield Cup: AFC Leopards set to miss two players against Ulinzi Stars

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Ingwe will tackle the soldiers with an eye on the Sh750, 000 and a smile on their fans after a season that saw them go trophy less

AFC Leopards is set to miss the services of two key players when they take on Ulinzi Stars in the third place play-off match of the FKF Shield Cup on Saturday.

Ingwe will tackle the soldiers with an eye on the Sh750, 000 and a smile on the otherwise troublesome season. However, Team Manager Gilbert Selebwa has revealed to Goal that the team will have to work extra harder to ensure they finish third in the competition.

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“It is a blow that we will not have Alex Orotamal and Duncan Otieno due to several reasons, but that gives an opportunity to other players to show what they can do. We will give an opportunity to those who have not gotten enough time to play this season, to prove their worth.

“This is a match we have to win, and players should show that on the pitch, we have a chance to make amends where we went wrong.”

The final will be on the same day between Kariobangi Sharks and two times champions Sofapaka.

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