AFC Leopards has been handed a major boost after three of its key players extended their contracts with the club.
Captain Robinson Kamura, right-back Yusuf Mainge, and speedy winger Jaffar Owiti have signed new deals that will keep them at the club for at least two more years.
This has been confirmed by the club through statements published on its official website.
AFC Leopards defender Robinson Kamura has extended his stay at the Club for a further two seasons. The defender who joined Leopards in 2017 and was a key member of the squad that lifted the 2017 FKF Shield Cup will be key once as Leopards make a title charge this season.
The captain penned a new deal that will see him stay with Leopards till the end of the 2021/2022 season.
Yusuf Mainge has committed to a new contract that sees him extend his stay at AFC Leopards.
The right back signed a new deal that which keeps him at Leopards for two more seasons that runs to the end of the 2021/2022 season. Mainge joined Leopards in 2018 and has continued his development into a formidable defender for the Club.
AFC Leopards is delighted to announce that we have reached an agreement with Jaffari Owiti which sees him extend his stay with AFC Leopards for two more seasons. Owiti who joined Leopards in 2017