AFC Leopards release three
AFC Leopards has released three players on mutual consent ahead of revamping for the second leg of KPL
File photo: Released Ingwe player Collins Okoth receives a prize fro best midfielder
Kenyan Premier League side AFC leopards have released three players as they seek to revamp for the second leg of the league.
Collins "Gatusso" Okoth who faced disciplinary probe at the club has been released alongside Nigerian striker Henry Uche and former Kakagema High striker Alfred Kemboi Wekesa.
A statement on the club’s pages read:
The club has released : Collins Okoth,Henry Uche,Eric Bekoe and Alfred Wekesa on mutual consent.
We thank them for their services to the club and we wish them the best in their future endeavours
AFC Leopards are ranked 6th in the Kenyan Premier League Standings with 25 points, six adrift of leaders Gor Mahia who have played three matches less.
The club lost on post-match penalties to Singida FC in the SportPesa Super Cup after a barren draw at full time.
The mid-season transfer window provides Coach Radolfo Zapata with an opportunity to fix flaws in the squad he took over from Dennis Kitambi and Robert Matano.