AFC Leopards head coach, Stewart Hall has insisted that the club’s objectives for the season have not changed and will not be changing anytime soon.
Speaking in Machakos after his side shared the spoils with a goalless draw in a Kenya Premier League Match against Ulinzi Stars, Hall insisted that Leopards were building a team for the future and reiterated his call for patience and support.
“We have a young squad and are developing our team for the future. That is why even today you saw me bring in a 17 year old boy [Ibrahim Mao].”
Hall’s comments come just a day after a section of sports media had quoted the Club chairman outlining Ingwe’s desire to lift this season’s league unbeaten.
Leopards have gone on top of the premier league table after two wins and one draw so far this season and Hall is probably keen to take the ‘League Title’ pressure off his boys. However two straight wins and a draw against an Ulinzi FC side that is fresh from continental action are not likely to act in Hall’s favor in this regard.
Leopards are scheduled to play Chemilil FC in their fourth premier league match of the season this coming Saturday.