In Summary

  • The match against Posts Rangers is Slated for Saturday 11th November , 2023
  • The club has given a list of Injured Players
  • The team under Tomas Trucha are currently lagging behind at position 15 with eight points

AFC Leopards have provided a worrying  injury update.

This comes as the time prepares to face off against table-toppers Posta Rangers in a Football Kenya Federation Premier League (FKFPL) slated for Saturday 11 November.

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AFC Players To Miss the Saturday Match

Captain Washington Munene (Photo Courtesy)


AFC Leopards’ right-back Lewis Bandi is due for arthroscopy

‘’Lewis Bandi has been out due to a stubborn knee injury, he is due for arthroscopy (a procedure for diagnosing and treating joint problems) to repair torn his meniscus.’’ Read The Clubs Update

”The same procedure will also be done to our young goalkeeper Abubakar Musha ”.

Goalkeeper Levis Opiyo is also set for ultrasound on his knee to establish cause of pain.

Cliff Nyakeya is still on treatment after recently suffering a calf muscle injury.

Captain Washington Munene is recovering from an ankle injury and has started return-to-play exercises.

The club wishes the players  a quick recovery.

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AFC Lagging Behind

AFC leopards has had an uphill battle this season,

The team is  currently lagging behind at position 15 with eight points

Recently AFC Leopards Tomas Trucha  urged the club supporters to rally behind the players, with the team currently going through a turbulent phase.

Ingwe Fans Hopeful The Club will start Winning

Ingwe Fans attending AFC match (Photo Courtesy)


The club’s supporters are still hopeful that tables will turn and that the club will go back to its winning ways

Some comments are captured below

”QR to them I just don’t know when we’ll come back to the top again,hope it’s soon”

”QR to them ,we need to start winning and consistency Things should at all costs turn around ”

”Kwani, what happened to our football club? With this X, it sounds like a level 6 hospital. The AFC Leopards General Hospital”

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