Following the departure of goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan, whose AFC Leopards contract had expired, and the departure of their back-up goalkeepers Benjamin Owade and John Oyemba, AFC Leopards were left with an inexperienced Maxwell Mulili as their sole goalkeeper for the season, owing to FIFA's transfer ban.
Many AFC Leopards fans were concerned about how the goalkeeping crisis would be resolved, but there is no need to be concerned any longer because the club is working on a deal to solve the problem with the signing of Morgan Alube.
Morgan Alube is a former Vihiga United goalkeeper who is now a free agent after his contract with the club expired. Alube's move to Ingwe is contingent solely on Ingwe agreeing to personal terms with him as a free agent.
Clifton Miheso, John Makwata, Duncan Otieno, and John Kuol are among the other players linked with AFC Leopards.
Austin Odhiambo, Tsuma Said, Yusuf Mainge, Benjamin Ochan, Ezekiel Owade, John Oyemba, Shaka Bienvenue, Fabrice Mugheni, Elvis Rupia, Robinson Kamura are among those who have left AFC Leopards from last season's squad.
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