- While bragging rights are at stake, the significance of this match extends far beyond that
- Additionally, lifting the trophy would be a fitting culmination to a successful season for either team
On Saturday, 20th May, the stage is set for an exhilarating clash as AFC Leopards and Kakamega Homeboyz lock horns in the FKF Semi-final knockout game at Nyayo Stadium.
Dubbed “The Ingo Derby,” this encounter promises to be a spectacle that will have football fans on the edge of their seats.
While bragging rights are at stake, the significance of this match extends far beyond that.
Both teams have their eyes on the prize, as winning the cup competition not only brings glory but also opens the doors to participate in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Additionally, lifting the trophy would be a fitting culmination to a successful season for either team.
Coach Aussems highlighted the importance of the occasion, stating, “We have a great chance to win a trophy and secure qualification for continental football, which would be a fantastic reward for the season.”
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Confident despite threats
Aware of the threat posed by AFC Leopards, Kakamega Homeboyz coach Patrick Odhiambo remains confident in his team’s abilities.
Through meticulous physical, technical, and psychological preparation, Odhiambo has ensured that his squad is fully equipped to face the challenge posed by their formidable opponents.
He acknowledged the tough nature of the match, acknowledging AFC Leopards’ experience and past success in the tournament. Nevertheless, he expressed faith in his team’s capability to secure a positive outcome in the game.
In the other semi-final clash, Tusker will go head-to-head against Ulinzi Stars in what promises to be another enthralling battle in the Cup.
The stage is set for a weekend of intense football action as these four teams vie for a spot in the final and a chance to lift the Mozzart Bet Cup. Be part of the excitement and witness the drama unfold at Nyayo Stadium.
Mozzart Bet Cup
Saturday, May 20, 2023
Tusker vs Ulinzi Stars (Nyayo National Stadium, 12 noon)
Kakamega Homeboyz vs AFC Leopards (Nyayo National Stadium, 3 pm)