Ambani: AFC Leopards should stop recycling players

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Boniface Ambani feels that it is not wise for the team to keep on recycling players

AFC Leopards has a tendency of signing back former players when they are financially stable, the latest case being the return of Mussa Mudde.

Last season, Ingwe went back for defender Edwin Wafula, who is now with Nzoia Sugar, as well as midfielder Bernard Mang'oli, who has ditched the club for Sofapaka. This comes amid reports that AFC Leopards are on the verge of bringing back striker Kepha Aswani.

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Former international Boniface Ambani feels it is not wise for the team to keep on recycling players. "Once a player has been released, let him be, it is not wise for the team to keep on going for the players the club sold. It does not send a good signal to fans and others. "The club should come with astrategy of keeping best players, instead, of wasting money buying them back," Ambani told Goal.

AFC Leopards is still in the market for players, who can make them competitive in Kenyan Premier League after early struggles. 

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