Bandari on verge of signing ‘Messi’ Agege


Bandari on verge of signing 'Messi' Agege
Bandari FC fans celebrate a goal during their FKF Shield final at the Kasarani stadium in Nairobi on June 1, 2019. Photo/Kelly Ayodi/Sportpicha/Citizen

In Summary

Bandari FC are on the verge of signing two more players before the close of the transfer window on Monday as they beef up their squad ahead of the season Bandari who finished second last two seasons will open their Kenya Premier League campaign away at Mathare United away during the weekend

Bandari FC are on the verge of signing two more players before the close of the transfer window on Monday as they beef up their squad ahead of the season.

Bandari head coach Benard Mwalala confirmed that they have agreed terms with former Kakamega Homeboyz defender Sosthenes Idah and Aspire Academy product Mohammed Katana alias Messi Agege pending approval by Football Kenya Federation (FKF).

“I can confirm that we have agreed with the two remaining approval from the federation before we add them to our squad,” said Mwalala.

According to him, the two will add depth to their squad as well as strengthening the defence and attack departments.

“Idah is an experience defender who will spice up our backline and Messi will add an attacking quality which we have been missing in Bandari.”

Messi and Idah both featured yesterday during a one day tournament where Bandari defeated National Super League side Coast Stima and Modern Coast Rangers by 2-0 and 4-1 respectively.

They both also featured for Coast Power house Tononoka Boys Secondary School from 2009-2011.

The two will bring to a total of six players joining the dockers this season after Danson Chetambe from Zoo, Cliff Kasuti and Justin Ndikumana from Sofapaka as well as Alex Luganji from Nairobi stima.

Bandari who finished second last two seasons will open their Kenya Premier League campaign away at Mathare United during the weekend.

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