Ogari lauds Clubs’ plans for league restart
Bandari FC team manager Albert Ogari has lauded plans by top flight clubs to have the premier league commence mid next month.
Clubs’ Chief Executives met yesterday in a Nairobi hotel where they resolved to have the new premier league season start next month between 12 and 21.
“We joined other clubs in the top tier for the next month and plan to have the league on from next month because we have been in the cold for long,” said soft-spoken Ogari.
At the same time, Ogari is hoping the Dockers will have their injured players back to full fitness when the league commences.
“Omar Somo Bwana has resumed training and we hope more will be back if the set date becomes reality.”
He added, “Mohamed Abeid and Dennis Magige are the only players we will miss for long but the rest will be fit to fight for the place in the team”.
Bandari had pitched camp in Nairobi for their pre-season training before the FKF transition committee postponed the league indefinitely.
They have also played a number of friendly matches as Ogari said now they will only play among their squad to avoid more injuries until the exact date is announced.
The Coastal-based side finished fourth last season and after bolstering their squad they have now set their sights on winning maiden league title.
Bandari and Nzoia Sugar sent their apologies when the Club’s chiefs met yesterday in Nairobi.
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