KPL News AFC Leopards ban players from media

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All AFC Leopards players have been barred from talking to media.

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AFC Leopards have officially prohibited players from communicating with media for the next three weeks.

The club’s CEO Ronald Namai has told P Live that they will not allow any of their players to be engaged in any media interviews or give comments to the fourth estate until late next month.

 ‘We are not going to allow any of our players to be interviewed by any media from now. In fact, they will not be available for any comments around their career and life for the next three weeks.

This development comes barely an hour before P Live's initially scheduled interview session with their midfielder Allan Kateregga thereby cancelling the event.

AFC Leopards are currently placed at position 12 with 16 points from 14 matches. They face Kariobangi Sharks on Saturday.

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