AFC Leopards captain promises ‘best result’ against Gor Mahia

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The midfielder told P Live that Ingwe have trained well and that they will be out to register a positive result with the main aim of lifting the trophy.

He insists that their league performance back at home cannot distract them in their quest for Super Cup championship and that fans should come out in large numbers to cheer up the boys.

“Maybe we have not had a good first leg of the season but this is a quality team so they should not give up on the boys. Support us from wherever you are and we shall give the best for you.”

The match will be played from 3:00pm.

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