AFC Leopards continued limping through the season after SportPesa Premier League new comers Mt Kenya FC thumped them 2-1 in Machakos on Wednesday, February 6.
AFC Leopards has brought in Andre Cassa Mbungo to replace Marko Vasilejevic as their new head coach on one and a half year contract following their nightmare start to the season.
It was Ingwe’s third consecutive loss of the season, and it presented a bad start for new coach Andre Casa Mbungo who took over from the sacked Marko Vesiljevic early this week.
Defender Amani Kyata broke the deadlock for Mount Kenya after quarter of an hour before his nemesis on the opposite end Salim ‘Shittu’ Abdallah responded to take the sides to the half time break even.
True Ingwe fans should also get behind our newly appointed ‘AFC Leopards Rescue Team’ led by Maurice Milimu Amahwa to enable them actualise their plans of reclaiming our lost glory.
Wycliffe Ochomo was on the mark twice, once in each half with William Wardi netting another as man of the match Mohamed Siraji, who provided three assist, got his own and another disallowed for Bandari.
K’Ogalo’s win on Sunday propelled them to the top of Caf Confederation Cup Pool D after first round of matches and effectively renewed their rivalry with the Egyptian giants whom they last played in 1998.
But the veterans who included Mohmoud Abass, Nahashon Bushuru, Maurice Khayota, Ben Musuku, Peter Ouma, Peter Lichungu, George Sunguti, Reginald Asibwa, Dan Shikanda, Boniface Ambani and Washington Khamadi urged the players to show their full comm...
The Serbian coach arrived in Nairobi from Mombasa by train and headed straight into the club’s secretariat for a meeting chaired by Ingwe Secretary General Oscar Igaida.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 8 – New AFC Leopards tactician Cassa Mbungo has warned Ingwe faithful that he is no messiah and the work ahead to turn the team’s fortunes over is not easy, but has promised to do his best to see the side back on their feet.
Gor Mahia coach Hassan Oktay celebrated by leaping high into the air and pulling his elbows back forcefully to cut a figure of a man greatly pleased at having won the battle of wits in his first Mashemeji Derby.
Arguably the most uninspiring AFC Leopards squad since they returned to the top flight league in 2007 get an opportunity to redeem themselves in the eyes of their success-starved fans and their new coach Andre Casa Mbugo when they take on their et...