In Summary
  • This is the only way that the club will win back the horde of fans who only come out when times are good. Meanwhile, let the diehards keep coming to the stadium.
  • Remember Obulala na amani — unity is strength.

With the arrival of striker Mark Makwatta and other f quality players a few hours to the transfer deadline, Ingwe is now ready to challenge for top honours this season.

I take this opportunity to thank our technical bench and the team management led by Dan Shikanda for comprehensively beefing up our squad to put fear into those noisy K’Ogalo fellahs.

Ingwe may not be the strongest team in the league at the moment, but with the current material at the Den, we can surely rise to the pinnacle of Kenyan club football, as was our tradition.

As we continue stretching out the begging bowls, it is now up to the fans to play their role by attending matches in large numbers to boost our gate collections.

Back to the squad, I can also term the arrival of Kevin Kimani from Mathare United as a big boost to the squad.

Makwatta and other new arrivals have been given contracts of different lengths but fans must remember that if these players are properly taken care of, they won’t disappoint.

The former Ulinzi Stars striker together with young Clyde Senaji from Tusker and left back Washington Munene from Wazito have each agreed a two-year deal.

Leopards have also completed the re-signing of speedy international Paul Were for one season after his plans to return to Europe failed to materialise.

Defender Robert Ayala Mudenyi who was roped in from Sony Sugar partnered well with Soter Kayumba in the central defence against Kakamega Homeboyz on September 1, though we lost to that team for the fourth time!

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