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FOSA Juniors coach: Leopards are ‘not organised’, Gor Mahia are far better

FOSA Juniors FC head coach Andre Watzel (left) with some members of his players at Seasons Hotel Nairobi before their departure to Kakamega where they will play AFC Leopards in the CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round first leg. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU
FOSA Juniors FC head coach Andre Watzel (left) with some members of his players at Seasons Hotel Nairobi before their departure to Kakamega where they will play AFC Leopards in the CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round first leg. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU
FOSA Juniors coach Andre Wetzel has stoked fires ahead of his team's Confederation Cup meet with AFC Leopards this weekend, by suggesting Gor Mahia are a far better team compared to 'Ingwee'.

FOSA Juniors coach Andre Wetzel has stoked fires ahead of his team’s CAF Confederation Cup meeting with AFC Leopards this weekend, by suggesting Gor Mahia are a far better team compared to ‘Ingwe’.

The Malagasy side are in town ahead of the preliminary round, first leg clash against Leopards at the Bukhungu Stadium on Sunday.

Speaking to Nairobi News at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Thursday moments after his side jetted in, the Dutch trainer also confessed he had spied on Leopards during their 0-1 loss to Gor Mahia in the KPL Charity Cup a fortnight back.

NOT ORGANISED

He also called Leopards a side that is ‘not organised’.

“Leopards were not organised when I saw them in Nakuru. They seem to be building a team even though I still expect them to be aggressive on Sunday,” he said.

“I was more impressed by Gor Mahia, but Leopards still have a good team that looked physical.”

As the host team, Leopards will be seeking a convincing win against the Madagascar domestic cup holders so as to cushion themselves ahead of the second leg match set for Antananarivo in two weeks time.



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