Somobwana, a young right-back from St. Peters, joined Ingwe in 2020. Due to stiff competition at Leopards' right back with Lewis Bandi and Collins Shivachi, he was loaned to the coastal heroes to gain valuable experience.
Juma revealed to Mozzart Sports that they are closely monitoring his development and have already begun planning for his return:
"He is doing well down at the Coast and hopefully, he will have garnered some experience as well as enough exposure to compete next season. We have been keeping a close eye on him, and his progress has been good. I think he will return as a better player who will compete with the rest for playing time." Juma said.
Somobwana's return will be a huge boost for Ingwe, who are facing a FIFA transfer ban but desperately need new players to establish their dominance.
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