Defender Joachim Oluoch set to decamp from AFC Leopards.

Oluoch joined Ingwe in 2021 on a one year deal from Gor Mahia FC.

Joachim Oluoch in a past training session at Camp Toyoyo Grounds, Jericho.

AFC Leopards defender Joachim Oluoch is set to decamp from the den after a season since joining from K’ogalo in 2021.

Reports from Ingwe’s camp says the seasoned stopper isn’t in the plans of the head coach Patrick Aussems in the coming 2022/23 FKFPL campaign that is set to kick off on Saturday 11th of September 2022 and has been asked by the coach to find an alternative club.

The ex Nzoia Sugar FC man has been unused for long due to the presence of Tedian Esilaba, Robert Mudenyu and teenage duo of Zachary Njite and Kaycee Odhiambo.

Oluoch while representing K’ogalo in 2020.

In the last season, also the availability of left back Washington Munene to fit at the heart of defense minimized the chances of Oluoch to cut in the starting line up mostly.

Before joining the 13 times Kenyan champions, he was in the books of AFC Leopards arch rivals Gor Mahia. While at “Green Army”, the towering defender won three league titles, two super cups, two Sportpesa Super Cups and one Betway Cup.

With the FKF Transition committee extending the transfer window, the player has until until 7/9/2022 to find a new employer.


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