Football Kenya Federation Premier League (FKFPL) side AFC Leopards alias Chingwe has been hit as three players are on their way out. This comes at a time that the new season is edging closer as it is set to commence on 25th September, 2021.
AFC Leopards which is facing a transfer ban cannot sign new players with a number of players walking out from the team.
This means that the side will face challenges in meeting the set quorum by end of September.
Goalkeeper Ezekiel Owade who has been with the club since 2017 is on his way out and is linked with a move to Thika based FKF Premier League side Bidco United.
Austin Odhiambo who was issued with his release letter is also on his way out. The youngster who rose from the side's youth team is close to penning a deal with arch rivals Gor Mahia.
Tsuma Said who is a free agent is another player who will not feature for the blue army. The former Thika United midfield is also linked with a move to Bandari with the details not yet confirmed.
Other players who have left Ingwe include Elvis Rupia who moved to Saudi Arabia, Hansel Ochieng and Benjamin Ochan who rejoined Ugandan Side KCCA.
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