Chingwe have youngster Maxwell Mulili afterntheir three first-team custodians left the club for greener pastures: Benjamin Ochan rejoined Ugandan side KCCA, Ezekiel Owade joined Bidco United while John Oyemba is tipped with a move to Norway.
Youngster custodian Mulili started for AFC Leopards against defending FKF Premier League champions Tusker FC in the league opener, a match that Chingwe won 1-0 at the Thika Sub County Stadium.
AFC Leopards financial issues motivated the mass exodus of players to 'better' clubs with the transfer embargo blocking them from making replacement for the 16 players they lost.
However, AFC Leopards managed to raise 8 million which has since been used to settle their former coach Andre Cassa Mbungo.
The team is targeting a number of players once FIFA lifts their ban. Alube who terminated his contract with relagated Vihiga United is yet to find a new home and AFC Leopards are likely to sign him in this transfer window. Clifton Miheso, John Makwata, Duncan Otieno, and John Kuol are also targeted by the twelve-times champion.
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