Bandari To Stay Focused In Title Run-In, Says Kimani

May 23, 2022
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Bandari interim coach Anthony ‘Modo’ Kimani has insisted that his charges will try and win all their remaining three matches in their quest for a maiden title as the title race hots up in the FKF Premier League.

This is after guiding Bandari to a 2-0 win against Kariobangi Sharks as table-toppers Tusker FC and Kakamega Homeboyz both dropped points over the weekend.

“As I said earlier we are approaching and facing each match at a time and that gives us more courage when we win a match,” said Kimani.

On squad rotation, ‘Modo’, a former AFC Leopards coach said that he has an almost full house which gives him more options.

“We have a good number of good players who can implement any type of game plan and that is a advantage to us,” he explained.

Bandari started the match against Sharks with a back three before making changes and switching to a back four, defending their first-half lead to the end.

The dockers travel to Kericho to face Ulinzi Stars before a home clash against Sofapaka and Police FC in their last league match.

“Ulinzi is a military side which does not give up easily so we will plan how to approach them and collect maximum away in Kericho,” he added.

Tusker have two matches left, against Bidco United and Posta Rangers while Homeboyz have three games against AFC Leopards, Talanta and Kariobangi Sharks.

Bandari are third on the table with 53 points, four shy of league leaders Tusker FC and Kakamega Homeboyz who are tied at 57 points.


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