New AFC Leopards head coach Anthony Kimani has insisted that the club main aim is to reclaim their place among the best teams in Africa.
Kimani was put at the helm of the team this week following the departure of Tomas Trucha who has since moved to Malaysia and ahead of their tie against Bidco United, the tactician took his time to talk to the club’s Tv saying that it was an honor to be tasked with managing the team.
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“It’s always an honour to be granted the task of being on the wheel. Our destination as a Club is still the same. We want to try and reclaim our rightful place in Kenyan and African football.
“The mood is great and the boys are ready to put the past behind us and put their best foot forward. The goal is to forge forward. No room for living in the past,” Kimani opined.
On their next opponent, Kimani acknowledged that they will be up against a good side and will have to work hard if they are to pick the points on Sunday.
“They (Bidco) are a very good and organised side and we will have to work very hard in order to get a positive result,” he added.
Leopards opened their season with a win over Tusker with Bidco holding Western Stima to a goalless draw in Kisumu.
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