AFC Leopards change approach ahead of Gor Mahia duel

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Ingwe went past Tanzanian outfit Yanga to book the final space and they are now geared for a win against their arch-rivals in the Mashemeji derby.

When asked about his approach, the Romanian, who joined the Big Cats early this month, explained that he is using new tactics at the team which are different from those used by his predecessor Stewart Hall.

“I’m not just speaking of the program, I have changed the full approach. We played a different football against Yanga and the boys proved that they can do better.

“They proved that they can do it so I believe that if they perform 80% of my request then there will be no problem."

He also had a message to fans. “They should know that we are very nice after overcoming Yanga so they need to support us and my great aim is to make them happy."

The final match will be played as from 3:00pm.

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