Veteran Belgium has been linked with a move away from initially struggling financially.
AFC Leopard head coach Patrick Asims is expected in the country on Thursday to step up the Kenyan Football Premier League heavyweights ahead of the new campaign.
It was not immediately clear if Tequiser would return to Kenya to continue coaching Ingwe. Reports had already arrived. He linked it to the transfer of the Rwandan organization to the Police FC..
But cheetah supporters have a reason to smile as it has been confirmed that Belgium is expected in the country this week.
When is Asim’s return expected?
“I can assure you that Asims will be in the country on Thursday to guide Angue in the new season,” said Cheetah assistant coach Tom Jama. Star.
The former Simba SC technician has been the head of Ingwe since February. According to the former Harvey Star, each player has already reported a return, with the exception of Burundi International Benevento Shaka.
“Over the years, our goal has been to make silverware every season and that hasn’t changed at all. We started our training sessions at Camp Toyo on Monday and the boys are responding very well,” Juma added.
“Shaka hasn’t reported yet and in fact he’s not even in the country. I’m not sure he’ll be back for the new season.”
With the new season starting in late September, the club’s official team has revealed the team’s plans.
“We have identified a large number of players we would like to bring to the board for the new season. We will soon reveal the important changes that the club wants to make before the new season.”
The club has so far lost Benjamin Okan, the CCA of the Uganda Premier League heavyweights, who chose to go abroad with his top scorer Elvis Rupee and Harrison Maiwandwa.
Ingwe intends to win the league for the first time since 1998. Last season, he finished fourth behind champion Tusker, KCB and Bandari, respectively.