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Eymael to return on Sunday

14 June 2013, 12:30

Nairobi - AFC Leopards head coach Luc Eymael had earlier said he will be away for a week in a short recess in Belgium following the mid-season break in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL), but he has since revealed that he will be staying a bit longer.

The coach left the country on Friday 7 June with the promise to return on Friday 14 June, but in a clarification on Thursday, he confirmed that a number of issues have come up and as such will return on Sunday.

He said a birthday party is planned for his grandson on Friday and he felt it good to attend as a way of making up since he will not be in Belgium in July when the boy is baptised.

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