AFC Leopards team to face Muhoroni Youth in week five of KPL action has been named
AFC Leopards team to face Muhoroni Youth named
By Zachary Oguda | Sun 16 Apr, 2017 14:56

AFC Leopards head coach Stewart Hall has named his best eleven that is set to come against Muhoroni Youth in week five of the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) at the Mbaraki Sports Club on Sunday 16 April.

Despite intimating in his pre match comments that Marcus Abwao was not fit to start the game, the ex Sofapaka FC coach has named the youngsters in his starting team with both the duo of Dennis Sikhayi and Paul Kiongera both missing.

In place of Paul Kiongera, Hall has tasked Ugandan Allan Katerrega with the task of linking play between his midfield and attack with Joshua Mawira coming in for Sikhayi. Ian Otieno who has been omitted from the national team duties retains his place between the sticks with Salim Abdalla, Robinson Kamura and Mawira joining Abwao in defence. 

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Bernard Mangoli will be leading the team from the dugout and will join a midfield that has Katerrega and Whyvonne Isuza and Duncan Otieno. Ghanaian forward Gilbert Fiamenyo will once again lead the goal hunt.

Starting XI: Ian Otieno, Salim Abdalla, Robinson Kamura, Marcus Abwao, Joshua Mawira, Bernard Mang'oli, Whyvonne Isuzza, Allan Katerrega, Duncan Otieno, Andrew Tololwa and Gilbert Fiamenyo.

Subs: Gabriel Andika, Yakubu Ramadhan, Mike Kibwage, Haron Nyakha, Marcellus Ingotsi, Ibrahim Mao and Jackson Juma.

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Zachary Oguda

Twitter: @zaxoguda

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