Nairobi, KENYA: Kenyan Premier League club Bandari FC has appointed its new stewards for the 2017 KPL season.
Affirming the development, cub’s technical director Edward Oduor said the move is aimed at conforming to KPL rules and regulations.
KPL instructs that every club should manage its own fans to help curb hooliganism related issues among rowdy followers.
The new appointees take over from the previous stewards who have since been relieved of their duties as asserted by Oduor in a statement.
Bandari is among the clubs that were penalized by KPL last season for indiscipline cases during league matches.
This after some of its stewards were alleged to have brawled with their Muhoroni Youth counterparts during a clash played at Mbaraki stadium, Mombasa last year.
The Dockers under the tutelage of title winning coach Paul Nkata will be away at Posta Rangers on Sunday in their second match of the season after opening with a 1-0 win over Nakumatt last weekend.