A fair return in spoils during FKF premier league outings and a generous amount of playing time have marked Vincent Mahiga’S first season with the country’s oldest PL outfit AFC leopards CS.

The left back, part of a half-dozen swoop by the Leopards from Nzoia Sugar at the beginning of the season, adapted quickly, rarely missing out on any of Thomas Trucha’s line-ups.

He says his growth has been gradual and steady and that Leopards chance couldn’t have come at a better time.

“I personally was ready when some of us moved from Nzoia. I knew it would present a different challenge from what we were used to in terms of expectations, but when you’ve been in the top flight for a while, you become accustomed to certain targets,” says Mahiga.

Prior to reviving his career with the Sugar millers, Mahiga had been in the ranks of Kakamega Homeboyz under coach Muyoti, a side that lost title league chase to Gor Mahia due to COVID 19 pandemic.

With the Sugar millers also coming close during the 2022/2023 season, the defender is no stranger to looker rooms where onlyu title talks abound. He wants the same for Ingwe.

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