Struggling AFC Leopards set top five target

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Ingwe have endured a worst run of form with nine rounds of matches without a win in the Kenyan league this season

AFCLeopards coach Robert Matano has been told to deliver GOtv Shield and a top five finish.

Club chairman Dan Mule says coach Matano has to deliver "as agreed" and anything below a top five finish will not be accepted.

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"We have set our target. Top five in the league will do us good but our main priority now is to win GOtv Shield. It is something within our reach and I am confident we can do it.

"We have faith in him (Matano). He is an experienced coach who has handled big teams, and he knows how to deliver."

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Ingwe have endured a worst run of form with nine rounds of matches without a win. AFC Leopards have collected just three points in the process. On the contrary, the team has done well in GOtv Shield and is currently through to the round of 16.

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Matano will be in charge of his first match away to Bandari in the team's next assignment.

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