Mbungo under pressure as stakeholders question poor form


Mbungo under pressure as stakeholders question poor form
Bandari celebrate against Sigalagala TTC during the FKF Cup match on Sunday, June 6 2021. (PHOTO/Bandari Media)

In Summary

  • Their losing streak has already raised eye brows among Mombasa football stakeholders with Cosmo FC Technical director Aref Baghazally calling on the board team to intervene and come up with long lasting solution.
  • They were set to play Vihiga United on Sunday, but their match has been postponed owing to the sports ban in the Western and Nyanza regions, which the Government has declared Covid-19 hotspots.

Bandari FC head coach Andre Casa Mbungo has attributed their poor form in the Premier League to individual mistakes on their backline.

The Rwandese Tactician says his defenders are making a lot of elementary mistakes, calling for more composure in the remaining season fixtures.

“We are making a lot of individual mistakes which we must avoid if we are to achieve our goal in the league,” lamented Mbungo, whose side lost 3-2 to visiting Ulinzi Stars in their last fixture.

At the same time Mbungo, has added that they also need to be more clinical in their attack if they are to collect maximum points in their forthcoming matches.

“Our offence line are missing a lot of chances when converted we will be winning every game,” he added.

Their losing streak has already raised eye brows among Mombasa football stakeholders with Cosmo FC Technical director Aref Baghazally calling on the board team to intervene and come up with long lasting solution.

“Bandari are losing their focus and the board must sit urgently and come up with way forward on restoring the team’s dignity”, said Baghazally.

They have lost two matches and drew two since the league resumption after Covid-19 break.

The Mombasa based side is currently sixth in the log with 28 points after 19 round of matches.

They were set to play Vihiga United on Sunday, but their match has been postponed owing to the sports ban in the Western and Nyanza regions, which the Government has declared Covid-19 hotspots.

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