Ingwe’s Den is brewing trouble, there are reports that they did not have a registered goalkeeper before the season opener against Tusker
AFC Leopards are racing against time to build a strong team for the new FKF Premier League season.
Target It can be revealed exclusively that they will face Tusk’s Ingway in the league opener on September 25. After most of their main players have left the team due to lack of funds, they lack an all-round team to complete this. Tasks.
An unnamed source inside the club told Target The club has successfully registered 12 players, and they do not have a goalkeeper.
What did the source say?
“The situation of the AFC Leopards is out of control because they only registered 12 players with FKF. What’s worse, they don’t have a goalkeeper in the registration list,” the source told Target Saturday.
“We don’t know what will happen, because most players have left the club for unpaid salaries, and the club is now unable to sign players due to the FIFA embargo. They should clear all outstanding payments owed to the former players. So that they can be allowed to sign new ones.
“They tried to ask FKF for help, but the problem goes beyond FKF because what is needed is a license from FIFA, not FKF, so that they can be allowed to participate in the transfer market, but for the time being, they cannot sign any players. And the current situation threatens their first game against Tusk.”
Has coach Aussem gone?
Goal sources further revealed that coach Patrick Osmus has left the club, which means that the team can start the new season without a coach.
“Friday, two more players left the team, I know that Hansel [Ochieng] Sofapaka was signed in the absence of head coach Osmus. He did not participate in the training course, so we do not know his whereabouts,” the source continued.
“In the last training, they only had 12 players. These players can easily count [while in training]Unfortunately, this kind of thing happened to a big team like the AFC Panthers. “
Some of the players who left the lair include striker Elvis Rupia and goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan.