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Bandari intensify training to maintain good performance in the Premier League

The Bandari Football Club Coach, Ken Odhiambo speaking to Kenya News Agency during an interview on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at Serani training ground in Mombasa.
Photo by Mohamed Hassan/KNA.

Bandari  F.C. of Mombasa has intensified training to maintain its good performance in this year’s Kenya Premier League.

The  Bandari  Coach, Ken  Odhiambo says his team was this season determined to either win the league or finish in a top position.

The Dockers are currently performing well and is in third position after collecting 12 points in their last seven matches. They have won three matches, drew three and lost one match against defending champions Gor Mahia (2-0) early this month in Nairobi.

AFC Leopards is leading the logo in the 18-team league with 16 points followed by Gor Mahia which has 12 points with a game in hand.

“We have a youthful and talented team, and our fans should expect good results this season,” said Odhiambo during an interview with Kenya News Agency on Wednesday at their Serani training ground in Mombasa.

The  Coach thanked the team’s sponsors, Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) for its total support which he said has motivated his players.

Odhiambo expressed confidence that Bandari will win its next away match against Kakamega Homeboys on March 28.

The tactician said with the combination of experience and young players, Bandari was capable of beating any team in the league,

“Our aim is to repeat the performance of 2016 where the team won GoTV cup and represented the country in the CAF Confederation Cup,” added the coach.

Former Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Mombasa branch Chairman, Ali  Tito commended the team for the good performance in the on-going premier league matches.

Tito called on the fans to turn up in large numbers during the team’s home matches to give the players moral support.

By  Mohamed  Hassan

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