Ken Odhiambo back to steady Bandari’s leaky ship


Ken Odhiambo back to steady Bandari's leaky ship
Bandari FC players line-up against Mt. Kenya FC during their SportPesa Premier League match at Afraha stadium in Nakuru on January 12,2019. Photo/Vincent Ooro/Sportpicha/Citizen

In Summary

  • Ken Odhiambo has been re-appointed as Bandari FC head coach two years after resigning from the role to further his studies abroad.

  • The former Nairobi City Stars coach has been in charge of Bandari training sessions recently and was also in Machakos over the weekend when Bandari outclassed Kenya School of Government in Kenyatta Stadium in an FKF Cup round of 32 match.

Ken Odhiambo has been re-appointed as Bandari FC head coach two years after resigning from the role to further his studies abroad.

The former Nairobi City Stars coach has been in charge of Bandari training sessions recently and was also in Machakos over the weekend when Bandari outclassed Kenya School of Government in Kenyatta Stadium in an FKF Cup round of 32 match.

Odhiambo replaces Twahir Muhiddin who has been holding fort since the sacking of Bernard Mwalala early this year.

Muhiddin guided Bandari to two wins, two draws and a loss in his five matches at the helm.

Odhiambo is not new to the Dockers surrounding having been in charge of the coastal side for four and a half years before leaving for further studies to in July 2018.

He joined Bandari as an assistant coach under coach Twahir Muhiddin on August 2014 after being sacked at Harambee Stars where he served under the same position.

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