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Good news for FC Leopards as FIFA moves to clear the names of their new players who were signed in the January transfer window. The biggest boost is the clearance of Mark Makwata who joined the side from Police FC on loan.Leopards have greatly relied on young players since FIFA's ban,despite having poor run of form,the Kenyan side has worked without their top notch players .Their attacking line will be greatly improved by the experienced Makwata.
The former Zesco United striker returned home to join Police FC, however,his stay at the law enforcement side was coupled by injuries. He move to FC Leopards for more game time.Elsewhere ,Kenyan captain Michael Olunga was named among the three contestants for the most valuable player award in QSl after winning the Emir Cup final against Al Gharafa. The Kenyan won his first trophy in Qatar and will be waiting for the votes to decide his fate.We wish him all the best ahead.
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