Robinson Kamura appointed AFC Leopards captain

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The new changes were announced in the presence of assistant coach Marko Vasiljevic

Defender Robinson Kamura is the new AFC Leopards' captain.

Kamura, 24 takes over the armband from Duncan Otieno, who moved to Zambian Premier League. Kamura will be assisted by Ghanaian international Isaac Oduro.

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The new changes were announced in the presence of assistant coach Marko Vasiljevic, who had his first session with the team just hours after he arrived in Kenya to take charge in the absence of Nikola Kazavovic.

Meanwhile, Ingwe have signed Lawrence Luvanda from Chavakali High School. The center-forward inked a three-year deal with the former champions who will kick off their KPL campaign against Kariobangi Sharks on Sunday.

 

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