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‘AFC Leopards haina strikers wanaeza tushindia game!’ Skipper Robinson Kamura shouts

AFC Leopards captain, Robinson Kamura has ruffled a few feathers, leaving a bad taste in a number of his team mates’s mouths.

This is after a video of him criticizing his strikers went viral on social media.

The video was shot after AFC Leopards lost 4-1 to Bandari in their premier league fixture last Sunday.

Flanked by dozens of frustrated fans, Kamura was forced to point out a number of key issues affecting the once flourishing club and he pointed out his team’s lack of firepower.

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I ironically, Kamura who plays as a defender is AFC Leopard’s top scoring player with three goals.

Ingwe’s recent poor run of form has seen them sit 15th on the 18-team league with a mere 10 points after 11 league matches. They are now 13 points behind leaders Mathare United.

“All I can say is this, the problem with this team is since I signed for AFC Leopards three years ago, we have never had a striker whom we can for sure say will score before any game.” Said Kamura.

In my time here, the club has never signed a player whom can win us a game, I am even the team’s top scorer. He added.

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Kamura went on to name a number of top European clubs including Real Madrid and Manchester United which have heavily invested in their forwards.

He reminded the club’s hierarchy that every top team requires top strikers in a bid to compete, something which Ingwe is clearly missing.

Teams like Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Liverpool have lethal forwards whom they know for sure will score for them in every game.”


Not many people have received the criticism kindly with some fans accusing him of calling out his fellow colleagues in public.

AFC Leopards are scheduled to tackle their old adversaries Gor Mahia in a heated Mashemeji derby on Saturday 3pm at Kasarani stadium.

Watch the video below.

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