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Omoto hoping to make amends



AFC Leopards played to a one all draw with Chemelil Sugar FC at the MISC Kasarani last weekend in their first match of the 2013 Kenyan Premier League.

The club’s midfielder, Patillah Omoto, acquired from Division One Zone A side A Kariobangi Sharks during the December-January transfer window, made his Premier League debut in the match but says he was not impressed with his performance.

“We really wanted to win this match as a team but we only managed to get a draw and that was very disappointing,” Omoto said.

“I had hoped to enjoy myself in the match and help the team get the maximum points, but Chemelil proved to be a hard nut to crack and I’d say I did not have a good game,” he added.

Leopards will, on Friday host Sony Sugar FC at the same venue (MISC Kasarani), a game Omoto hopes he will make amends in.

“I will work harder in training and hopefully help my team win the next game, that is if the coach will give me a chance,” Omoto said.

“The Premier League is a new experience for me but I know if I continue working hard I’ll be at my best in the coming matches,” he concluded.



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