Why Kamura has one leg out of Leopards lair
- Contract rebel AFC Leopards skipper Robinson Kamura wants his future sorted out or else he'll listen to offers from other suitors.
- The former Mathare United man is happy to commit to Ingwe and help them lift the 2020-2021 FKF Premier League title but is keen to see his demands met by the club bosses.
Contract rebel AFC Leopards skipper Robinson Kamura wants his future sorted out or else he’ll listen to offers from other suitors.
The former Mathare United man is happy to commit to Ingwe and help them lift the 2020-2021 FKF Premier League title but is keen to see his demands met by the club bosses.
Kamura shocked many on Monday when he wrote on his social media “no one likes goodbyes”.
“Only 30 days remain before my contract expires and being the captain they need to move with speed.
I have several offers and this is not a lie, let them meet my demands and all will be sorted out.
I need to know where I am and I can say that I am in the market,” he charged.
“I want to assure fans that my prayer is to keep playing for this team at least until the end of this season. We have a good team that many have already started fearing. We are much capable of finishing top of league at the end of this season and I want to be part of it,” he submitted.
Kamura who joined Ingwe in 2017 has only 30 days left on his contract and is believed to have attracted suitors in the Tanzanian and Zambia leagues.
Contract talks with Leopards boss Dan Shikanda failed to yield fruit last week and the two parties are expected to return to the negotiating table in the coming days even as the defender called on the fans to be ”calm”.
He was part of the team that hammered Tusker FC in their opening league match 2-1 in Kasarani on Saturday.
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