Mwalala speaks out after his sacking from Bandari role


Mwalala speaks out after his sacking from Bandari role
Bandari FC coach Bernard Mwalala reacts during their SportPesa Premier League match against Zoo Kericho FC at Kericho Green stadium in Kericho on September 16, 2018. The match ended 1-1. Photo/Stafford Ondego/Sportpicha/Citizen

In Summary

  • Youthful tactician Bernard Mwalala has for the first time spoken out about his sacking from Bandari.
  • Mwalala was sacked early Monday in the wake of a 2-1 defeat to Tusker at their Mbraraki Sports Club home turf. The sack came in the  wake  of unpalatable results in the Kenyan Premier League.
  • The club is expected to confirm Twahir Muhiddin as his temporary replacement.

Youthful tactician Bernard Mwalala has for the first time spoken out about his sacking from Bandari.

Mwalala was sacked early Monday in the wake of a 2-1 defeat to Tusker at their Mbraraki Sports Club home turf. The sack came in the  wake  of unpalatable results in the Kenyan Premier League.

The club is expected to confirm Twahir Muhiddin as his temporary replacement.

And reacting to his sacking, the former Nzoia United coach said:

” I can confirm that I have parted ways with Bandari Football Club.

I want to take this opportunity to thank the Bandari Football Club management for the opportunity they offered me. Not many teams can trust a young coach but they trusted me with the coaching role at the club.

Together we built a strong team that won the FKF Shield and twice managed to finish in the second position in the league which is the best in the club’s history.

I want to thank the players, my coaching staff, the fans and everyone associated with the club. We achieved great things together, and I leave with my head held high.

As I depart I wish the Bandari fraternity best of luck.”

The Coast based club  is placed 11th on the KPL log with 18 points from 16 matches.

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