- Ingwe is still fighting the difficult financial times as the January month comes to an end. Key players such as Isuza left the club and now replaced youngsters.
Only a few hours remain until the end of the January transfer window. AFC Leopards is one of the teams which had not reported new signings to their squad as the second leg of the season begins.
On the Ingwe’s official social media pages, AFC Leopards management reported that they have acquired four players to join the squad as the second leg gains the momentum.
“We would like to confirm the signing of Omar Somobwana, a right-back from St.Peters High School, Mumias. He has signed a contract for four years. Winger Dan Sunguti from Mount Kenya University FC in Nakuru has signed a contract for four years and Dan Musamali, a defensive midfielder from St. Anthony High School, Kitale. He has signed a contract also for four years,” read statements by the club.
In addition, Luis Misiko is also joining the club from Tusker United. Misiko, who is a veteran winger was among the last-minute signings which Ingwe has managed to include in their squad.
Recently, Leopards lost the services of experienced players such as Whybonne ISuza, Dennis Shikay and on Friday John Makwata who has joined the Zambian League.
Makwata who is currently among the KPL top scorers has joined Zesco United to find greener pastures. He had already scored 13 league goals in just 18 appearances.
This Sunday, Ingwe will have a difficult task to face as they travel to Nakuru to face the vibrant Ulinzi stars at the famous Afraha stadium.
Leopards are currently the 6th in the league with 31 points. They are 10 points behind league leaders and their all-time traditional rivals – Gor Mahia.