Bandari not signing fresh faces, says Odhiambo


Bandari not signing fresh faces, says Odhiambo
Bandari FC players celebrates victory against Nzoia Sugar FC during their Sportpesa Kenya Premier League match at the Mbaraki Sports Club in Mombasa on May 10, 2017. Bandari FC won 2-1. Photo/Sportpicha/Citizen

In Summary

  • Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Bandari FC will have to monitor their current squad upon resumption of sports activities countrywide, before making any additions.
  • Odhiambo revealed only three players had sustained injuries when they were forced to break following Covid-19 pandemic.
  • Odhiambo is ready to welcome back his players who were loaned out, adding a depth to the coastal based side squad.

Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Bandari FC will have to monitor their current squad upon resumption of sports activities countrywide, before making any additions.

According head coach Ken Odhiambo, the club will not hurry into the market without assessing the current squad which he says was doing well before the break.

“For now we want to wait and check the players when things resumes but we are not in a hurry to sign,” confirmed the coach.

At the same time Odhiambo is ready to welcome back his players who were loaned out, adding a depth to the coastal based side squad.

Dennis Magige and Hassan Idd who were the backbone of Coast Stima fine form in the National Super League (NSL) will be returning to Bandari as well as Swaleh, who featured for Sony Sugar and Mathare united in the current season.

The former Nairobi City Stars tactician is optimistic of all players will be fit and available for duty as soon as the they regroup.

Odhiambo revealed only three players had sustained injuries when they were forced to break following Covid-19 pandemic.

“We hope they will be fit because they are having a lot of time and good coaching from our physiotherapist to get them back to their paces,” said Odhiambo.

Bandari was in the FKF Cup contention before all sports activities were stopped, a competition likely to be completed to get Kenya’s representative to the CAF Confederation Cup.

For Citizen TV updates
Join @citizentvke Telegram channel



Video Of The Day: | BULLDOZERS FOR SANITIZERS | Families remain in the cold after evictions from Kariobangi sewage estate

Avatar
Story By Luqman Mahmoud
More by this author