Kenyan Premier League giants AFC Leopards are set to appoint Belgian Patrick Aussems as their new head coach.
Aussems is set to take over from Thomas Trucha who left the club in December after claiming that his lofe was in danger only to sign for Malaysian side Penang FC.
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Since then, Anthony Kimani has been in charge of the team where he has had a good start to the season with the team currently sitting on position four on the log with 18 points; five points below leaders Tusker FC who have played two more games.
Should they sign Aussems, they will be getting a coach who ahs a vast experience in the Africa continent with his last job being with South Africa Premier Soccer League side Black leopards who sacked him late last year.
Apart from Black Leopards, the Belgian was in charge of Tanzania giants Simba SC, DR Congo’s AC Leopards and Cameroon’s KSA Yaounde.
Away from Africa, The Belgian who started his coaching career in France with Stade Beaucairois has been able to work with Stade Reims, SCP Angers and Evian all in France, Shenzhen FC and CD Blades in China, Nepal national team and Marbella United in Spain.
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Patrick Aussems had good relationship with Simba fans here in Bongo and also had a successful stint as the club’s head coach especially with his attacking football