Kenyan Premier League (KPL) giants AFC Leopards are looking to put their house back in order after a tumultuous season that saw the team finish seventh in the 2015 season.
Stand in coach Ezekiel Akwana has set the trials for the team on Monday 4 January and will run for ten days with the expectation that a formidable team will be formed from the exercise.
Akwana will however have to hope that the wrangling at the club will ease to allow the team plan well for the 2016 season as he says nothing can move forth with the infighting at the management.
“We were supposed to hold the trials in November but we were slowed down by the wrangles and we have now moved the exercise to January 4th. We will be holding the trials at the Marist College.
“I am looking to raise a good team that can compete for honours next year and I hope the wrangles will ease to enable the team flourish next year,” he said.
Akwana confirmed that the list of players to be dropped at the team is ready but is waiting for the management to put its house in order.