Kenyan striker Allan [Wetende] Wanga will spend the entire 2012 season at Kenyan Premier League side AFC Leopards, futaa.com can reveal.
On Sunday 1 January 2012, Wanga while speaking to futaa.com from Vietnam stated that the club he turned out for since December 2010 – Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) wanted to release him on loan but needed him back for the second leg in July 2012.
Wanga’s one year contract at the club ended in December 2011 but due to complications a commitment letter he had signed with the club could not be confirmed into a contract from January 2012 through to the close of 2013 due to agent-club ‘complications’.
Talks were to take place on Monday 2 January 2011, and sure enough they did take off and the verdict is that Wanga is free for the entire 2012 season.
That should be some good news for AFC Leopards and it’s legion of fans many of whom were already pointing a finger at Wanga, who has been capped 29 times for Harambee Stars with eight strikes to his name, for simply looking for a soft landing while he cleaned up house.
- The club has agreed to let me free for the entire 2012 season, he said to futaa.com
-I can now concentrate on being an ingwe for the entire season, he confirmed
Ingwe will become
Wanga’s third Kenyan Premier League side. In his debut season in 2007, Wanga
who had come from lowly Lolwe FC turned out for Tusker FC with whom he lifted
the League title.
Wanga arrives from Vietnam later in the week.