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Woes After Woes; Who Will Be AFC Leopards Messiah This Time Round ?

Unending woes that's the case at AFC Leopards, this time as matters are unfolding the team is in for battle, their offices are closed and the team's management is prepared to face the auctioneer's sledgehammer.

From the past few days the AFC Leopards offices have been closed in what is believed to be escaping from the long hands of the angry auctioneers, but what's more embarrassing is the notice that has been left on the door depicting the real status of the club

It has been established that AFC Leopards buses stands at the chance of being auctioned to settle the bill, it's not yet clear the amount of money AFC leopards are being ask to repay but roughly the figure ranges on a fee not exceeding or below 2 million.

It should be remembered that this will not be the first time that AFC Leopards is set to be auctioned by Soft Power as in 2020 the auctioneers demanded Ksh 2.6M from the club to settle Ivan Minnaert’s debt following a High Court ruling on a case touching on his unlawful dismissal back in 2016.

Ingwe together with Gor-Mahia are currently serving a FIFA Transfer Ban, Leopards failing to settle Rwandan midfielder Vincent Habamahoro's dues, totalling Ksh 1.8 million.

Recently they received 700k donation 748 air services and the club chairman said the money will be play a major role in their next season's budget, lest we forget the team was also charged 6 million by FKF for failing to honour the derby

Source Imran Otieno Mozzart Sports journalist

Content created and supplied by: Kenyan_Football_Surgeon (via Opera News )

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