AFC Leopards certainly need to bring in some reinforcements, just like the other top FKFPL clubs are trying to do. With their transfer embargo set to be lifted by FIFA, we may be treated to new partnerships in coach Aussem's team, considering the mass exodus experienced after last season.
Among the new deadly partnership Aussems may unleash at AFC Leopards, after a successful transfer business, is the John Kuol and Musa Mohammed Center back pairing. According to reports, AFC Leopards have for some time now been linked with the signature of John Kuol, a former Kariobangi Sharks dependable defender who is currently a free agent after parting ways with Kariobangi Sharks at the end of the season. Kuol was reportedly training with AFC Leopards, so it was a hint that it is only a matter of time before he signs for AFC Leopards.
As for Musa Mohammed, after ending his run in the Zambian Super League, he is back home as a free agent. Once a Gor Mahia captain, many hoped he would go back to Gor like Shakava, but that was not the case. Instead, AFC Leopards are said to be in advanced talks to get him to the den.
If both are successfully signed, a center back pairing of Musa Mohammed and John Kuol will bring fire work to the FKFPL. It will be a mixture of experience and youth, a kind of defensive pairing that wins you games. As Alex Ferguson once said, attacks win you games, defense wins you titles.
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