Mombasa, KENYA: Bandari FC interim tactician Ken Odhiambo has hinted that the club will be active in the June transfer in a bid to bring two more players on board.
Despite investing heavily in the squad during January transfer, the Dockers performed dismally a run that saw head coach Twahir Muhiddin relieved of his duties.
Speaking to Baraka Fm, Odhiambo stated the club is in danger of running short of players in midfield department should they fail to stretch their efforts in the June transfer.
“We only have two players in that area, that’s Musa Mude and Anthony Kimani. In football things happen, should they get injured we will be in disaster,” said Odhiambo.
Odhiambo however ruled out any possibility of signing another striker stating that Dan Sserunkuma still got what it takes to be a top as striker.
The Ugandan has been criticized after failing to replicate the form tha steered him to claim the 2014 Kenya Premier League top scorer accolade while at Gor Mahia.
Though he redeemed himself with three goals in the last two matches of the first round of the league, a run that convinced his coach he is the man to lead Bandari’s goal onslaught.
“It has been tough for him since the onset of the season, but he kept trying and we believed him,” added Odhaimbo.
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Bandari are currently placed 10th in the standings after collecting 18 points during the first round of the league.