AFC Leopards Will Stick To Season Objectives Despite Hall’s Departure 

AFC Leopards will stick to their short and long term objectives set late last year despite the impending exit of main architect, Coach Stewart Hall. 

Highly placed Sources at the club have intimated that Leopards will still target a top five finish in the current season while developing a squad to compete in subsequent league seasons. This is in fact informing the process to replace Hall with the felines preferring a candidate who will make no recruitment demands out of a carefully crafted two year plan. 

Ingwe is targeting to recruit a maximum of four more players in the June transfer window to beef up their squad for a top five finish.    

Leopards had a good start to the league with four wins and a draw in the first six matches but has seen their fortunes dwindle with no win in the last six matches. 

Speculation is rife that  the impending departure of the English Man might have gotten to the players head but Hall will still be in charge when Leopards play Champions, Tusker FC this weekend. 


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