So far this season, AFC Leopards have struggled in almost every aspect of their game, with only one win, one draw, and four losses. To recover from their poor start, AFC Leopards must start winning matches, and the key to doing so is outscoring opponents. Coach Aussems must polish his attacking talents, as Ingwe have only found the back of the net twice, with goals coming from Marvin Nabwire and Musa Mohammed. AFC Leopards' new attacking midfielder, Pedro Musilwa, had this to say, to Mozzart Sports, about their quest to return to form.
"When we work as a unit, we can turn things around. What I have seen is that the players are ready to fight, and it is a team that can win the title if they keep the team intact in the coming years. "
"I’m an attacking midfielder but can play as a striker or a second striker. I know how to get the ball from the midfielders and feed the forwards. " I have settled in at AFC Leopards well. I enjoy the training sessions, which I usually look forward to, because the coach surprises you every day by building your character, "
Could AFC Leopards make a complete 180-degree turn from their misfortunes and remain in the title race? Please leave your thoughts in the section below.
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