Leopards coach eyes end to drought


  Posted: 27 Jun 12, 12:45

By: Dennis Kituyi

AFC Leopards assistant coach Mickey Weche says they are close to ending their winless streak in league action.

The usually dominant Leopards have gone five Kenyan Premier League matches without victory and are desperately in need of one, if they are to get their title campaign back on track.

They face off with Sofapaka today, Wednesday 27 June 2012 and Weche wants them to start with victory, though he admits it will be tough but wants victory to lift the club.

Tough match

-Playing against Sofapaka will not be easy. They are very hard to beat and can cause anyone problems on a good day.

-Last time they beat us and we just want to make sure that it is not the same this time, though it will be very difficult for us. We hope for the best, he told Futaa.com.

Leopards will remain third in the current KPL table regardless if the result today, though a win will reduce the gap between them and Sofapaka to just one point.


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