AFC Leopards coach leaves with two FKF Premier League matches left

AFC Leopards Coach Patrick Aussems celebrate a goal against Gor Mahia during FKF Premier league match at Kasarani Stadium. May 8, 2022. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

The Belgian tactician left the country on Thursday despite two games still left before curtains come falling on the 2021-2022 FKF Premier League season.
Aussems took charge of his final game of the season as Ingwe suffered a 6-5 loss to arch-rivals Gor Mahia on Wednesday’s Madaraka Day Cup final played at Nyayo Stadium.

Taking to Twitter, the Belgian revealed that he is set to cut short his eight-month stay in Kenya to spend time with the family as hoped the club will finish the season on a high despite his absence.
“Goodbye Nairobi! After 8 months of living alone, it's time for me to enjoy my family: my wife and my sons who returned from Canada to spend a few days with us.
“Ingwe fans, staff and players: finish on the last 2 games the good job we have done so far ...See you soon!”  Aussems posted on his official tweeter account.
In his absence, his assistant Tom Juma will be expected to take over the reins after also steering the club on previous occasions when Aussems left the country.
Leopards will host Nairobi City Stars on Sunday and before closing the season with a match against Nzoia Sugar.

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