The tactician recently extended his stay at Ingwe for two years after joining this season
AFC Leopards coach Patrick Aussems is linked with a move to Rwanda’s Police FC after impressing with the Football Kenya Federation Premier League kit.
The former Simba SC tactician has taken the reins at the 13-time league champions, and despite the challenges, the team is aiming for a top-three.
However, media reports in Rwanda indicate that the experienced coach will join the administrative side for the new campaign.
Is Aussems on its way to Rwanda?
RadioTV10 Rwanda reported that the 56-year-old will go to the police after completing the campaign with Ingwe.
‘Belgian’ Patrick ‘Uchebe’ Aussems will travel to Rwanda immediately to join Police FC after completing the season at AFC Leopards at the weekend, ‘they posted on their official social media platform on Wednesday.
“Aussems coached Simba SC to the league title in the 2018/19 season and reached the quarterfinals of the Caf Champions League.”
The speculations will worry Leopards fans about the fact that the coach is a holiday out of the country. However, he has promised to come back for the new season.
‘After flying over the Alps and Paris, [it is a] weird feeling to be home and watch your team on your laptop … Great job guys! “tweeted Aussems.” Now it’s time to enjoy a few days with the family before returning to prepare for the new season.
“Next season is THE season for Ingwe’s fans.”
What do Leopards Say?
However, Ingwe asked their supporters to avoid speculation that the coach is still at the club, after extending his stay by two years.
“Our fans should treat these reports as rumors, as he has been extending his stay in the Den for two years,” said club treasurer Maurice Chichi. Nation Sports. ‘The coach requested to leave with a holiday, with two games left and we agreed.
“Everyone knows that the season would initially end in June after it was suspended for almost two months due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.”
Ingwe are currently fourth on 48 points, three less than Bandari who are in third place, hoping the Dockers lose their last game and win theirs to finish above them.