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Football | Kenya

Seda delighted with new deal



AFC Leopards SC midfielder Edward Seda has expressed his joy after landing a new two-year deal with the club.

The former Kakamega High School (Green Commandoes) man’s previous five-year contract with Ingwe expired in December, and he is pleased to have ended the uncertainty over his future.

“I love this club and I’m really glad that I have finally renewed my contract. I was kind of uneasy because I had no valid contract despite being part of the team’s preparations for the new season,” Seda said.

“I’m now settled in mind and in perfect condition. I did not get enough play-time last season and I now have to give my all in training to impress the new coach and hopefully play more games this season. That is one of my main goals this year.

“Being offered a new contract is proof enough that they believe in my abilities and I want to repay them by performing in the field.”

The youngster is also hopeful that Ingwe will have a good season and win titles unlike last term.

“We had a good beginning last season but unfortunately we finished badly. We are a big team and big teams win titles and it is my hope, with the changes that have already been effected in our team, that we will have a good season,” Seda said.

Leopards finished third in the 2012 Tusker Premier League campaign with 57 points from 30 matches.



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