Charles Okwemba, AFC Leopard's legend has hinted out that this season is the perfect opportunity for AFC Leopards to win the Kenyan Premier League Title. He urged his team that they should concentrate on winning the games rather than looking at what their rivals are doing. Leopads still have two games in hand and their legend has warned them that they should not underrate small teams. He urged them that their aim should be to win in every single game.
Tusker FC are currently top on the table and Charles has pointed out that being the first on the table is not a guarantee that they will win these season's premier league title. He further explained that the current standings is not enough to reflect how the season will end. He says that second round is coming when the teams will strive to achieve their goal.
Patrick Aussems is currently coaching AFC Leopards. He has played an integral part in ensuring that the team produces pleasing performance everytime. His side are currently third on the table but they still have two games in hand
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