AFC Leopards ended the jinx of not winning their Kenyan Premier League opening fixtures as new comers, save for Nzoia Sugar, suffered their second consecutive losses in the topflight football.
Ghanaian import Gilbert Fiamenyo scored on his debut as AFC Leopards thrashed Nakumatt 3-0 in yesterday’s Kenyan Premier League at Thika County Stadium.
AFC Leopards are hoping to make a winning start when they battle Kenyan Premier League newcomers Nakumatt as embattled champions Tusker take on Thika United in tomorrow’s double header at Thika County Stadium.
Like a toothless Leopard that believes it can hunt, but cannot kill the prey so has been AFC Leopards who have over the last three years flirted with relegation yet they consider themselves giants
Less has been talked about the coaches going to make the debut in this year’s Kenyan Premier League (KPL) season and those returning to the domestic scene after a short/long spell.
With the 2017 Kenyan Premier League season expected to kick off this weekend after one month delay, local coaches have expressed mixed expectations ahead of the new campaign.
Nzoia Sugar have secured the services of former AFC Leopards defender Edwin Wafula. The side has also signed four others ahead of this season's Kenyan Premier League.