Bandari plan transfer raid
18 June 2015, 11:26
Nairobi - Bandari will look to spend big in the transfer period, according to the
Kenyan Premier League club's technical director, Edward Odour.
The Mombasa-based side find themselves mid-table at the half-way
stage of the campaign with 20 points from 15 games, leaving them just
seven points adrift of second, but only eight clear of the relegation
And, with the club preferring to look up the standings, a busy
transfer window is expected, especially considering the current injury
absences, which include Abbas Muhiddin, Masoud Juma and Victor Ndinya.
"With such long term injuries, we shall bring in fresh legs. We are
waiting for the technical report from our coach that will guide us ahead
of the second leg [of the season]," said Odour during the draw for the
first round of the GoTV Shield, where Bandari were paired against
Odour also spoke of his delight at the KPL's new rules regarding
international commitments, with clubs only required to release their
players for official FIFA matches.
"It's ridiculous for players to stay in the National team training
camp for one month only to come limping with injuries. In our case, we
had Ndinya, David Kingatua, David Gateri and John Ndirangu in the under
23 squad and their absence affected us," he added.
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