Kakamega Homeboyz failed to win their match against Wazito leaving them in danger of being surpassed by title holders Tusker who are now second with 52 points after edging Talanta 1-0. Homeboyz are still at the top with 56 points in 28 appearances. On Sunday, Gor Mahia settled for a barren draw against Kariobangi Sharks to remain third in the league.
AFC Leopards received a boost after their manager revealing that the club will have the best results in future matches after some of the signed players being allowed to play. "We have the best squad at the moment after our new players being allowed to play the coming matches.
Patrick Aussems is happy with AFC Leopard yesterday results against Police FC. He said that despite his team losing two key first eleven players to Police FC it doesn't make them to lose their current form and performance. Patrick Aussems said that also what AFC Leopard has been lacking is a striker and coming of veterans Victor Omune and Johnmark Makwata has really boosted his squad.
Patrick Aussems, the head coach of the AFC Leopards, is a happy man, and he is especially pleased with how well John Mark Makwata is performing for Ingwe. Ingwe's Makwata scored his second goal in two games for Ingwe in the AFC Leopards' match against Police.
Bandari FC is set to battle Bidco United at Mbaraki stadium on Saturday. The Dockers are sixth with 44 points after playing 27 games. Bidco on the other hand have dropped to twelvth and are hoping to bounce back to winning ways. KCB are preparing to tame AFC Leopards having been pressed last weekend in a 2-1 defeat to title holders Tusker.
Kenya premier league legends AFC Leopard today played FKFPL match against Posta Rangers at Thika Municipal Stadium. The match ended halftime as Posta Rangers led 1 0 a goal that was scored extra time with Posta Rangers. The first half ended in bad luck to AFC Leopard as their head coach Patrick Aussems was given a red card by referee.
Despite a one-all draw against Wazito at Moi Stadium Kasarani on Sunday, AFC Leopards head coach Patrick Aussems believes his team is still on the right track.The Belgian coach feels it'll only be a matter of time before his strikers develop the illusive cutting edge they'll need to rip their opponents apart in the remaining games.
AFC Leopards Coach Patrick Aussems has spoken ahead of their Football Kenya Federation Premier League match against newbies Vihiga Bullets. The match will be played tomorrow at the Nyayo National Stadium as from 3 PM EAT. Aussems said that the mood at the camp is positive having managed to win their last match; adding that the club is faced by injuries with Sunguti being among the injured.
AFC Leopards are on the right track, according to coach Aussems. Despite their inconsistent league form, Leopards coach Patrick Aussems believes the season has had its fair share of positives. Leopards have won four of their last ten games, drawn five, and lost one.
Coach Patrick Aussems of the AFC Leopards could be on his way out to Simba. As an Ingwe fan, this may come as a surprise, but why is he being linked to Simba? Simba are currently without a coach after parting ways with Didier Gomes Da Rosa following their shocking elimination from the CAF Champions League at the hands of Botswana's Jwaneng Galaxy.
AFC Leopards Coach Patrick Aussems has said that the team is in need of at least 2 new signings in order to take the club to the next level and have it compete in the FKF Premier League this season - 2021/2022. The Belgian tactician has called on the Ingwe management to make a number of signings in the midseason transfer window to boost the youngsters at the club.
Defender Lewis Bandi is back in contention for a place in the Leopards starting line-up after recovering from an ankle injury ahead of their FKF Premier League outing on Saturday. The defender missed three matches against Kakamega Homeboyz, Nairobi City Stars and Nzoia Sugar with Leopards deploying Collins Shivachi to stand in in his absence over that period.
Could the AFC Leopards' bad luck be getting worse? The latest news from Tanzania could spell trouble for Ingwe. Azam are reportedly looking to relieve their head coach, George Lwandamini, of his duties as head coach due to poor results in recent weeks, and one of their preferred candidates for Lwandamini's job is Leopards Coach, Patrick Aussems.
AFC Leopards Coach Patrick Aussems has urged the club's management to fix issues surrounding the current players first before they dive into the transfer market in the ongoing January Window. Chingwe has witnessed a mass exodus prior to the start of the current season that saw them lose their top three scorers with the transfer ban barring them from replacing.
AFC Leopards Coach Patrick Aussems believes that the bad start by his side was inevitable going by what transpired at the club between the end of the previous campaign and the close of the transfer window. Ingwe who lost a number of key players - totaling to 16 - and could not find the right replacements on time as they were serving a transfer ban have won only two games, against defending champions Tusker and Posta Rangers.
Belgian tactician Patrick Aussems coaching FKF Premier League side AFC Leopards has urged the club’s loyal fan base to add an extra presence to the team’s matches as he called for more supporters to show up in the stadia for upcoming Ingwe matches. The Belgian spoke after his struggling club secured their first win of the year yesterday.
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Ingwe has only won two league games so far, against Tusker and Posta Rangers. According to AFC Leopards coach Patrick Aussems, the team's poor form was unavoidable given what happened at the end of last season and the start of this season. Leopards lost some of their key players and were unable to bring in the necessary reinforcements due to their FIFA transfer ban, so they were forced to settle for available players near the end of the transfer window when FIFA granted them a reprieve.
AFC Leopards players have downed tools demanding that the club settles their February salary arrears. The twelve times champions are set to take on Bandari FC on Sunday at the Nyayo National Stadium but preparations for the game have been affected by the strike that saw the players miss training on Thursday and Friday.
Coach Patrick Aussems of AFC Leopards has questioned the professionalism of the Football Kenya Federation Premier League side, implying that some of the club's officials are irresponsible. Due to insufficient funds, the club has struggled on and off the field, and last season, most of the important players left after the team failed to pay their debts.
The FKF Kenya premier league is back after 3 weeks pending due to misunderstanding between the former FKF President Nick Mwendwa and the Ministry of sports in Kenya. After negotiations with parties involved, the FKF Kenya premier will resume from today, as a number of matches are scheduled to take part today.