Bandari ‘fires’ head coach Paul Nkata

Worried Bandari FC head coach Paul Nkata watches as his team goes down in a KPL match PHOTO COURTESY

Mombasa, KENYA: Unconfirmed reports suggest that Coast based Kenyan Premier League side Bandari FC has parted ways with its head coach Paul Nkata.

Nkata is rumored to have been fired following poor performance that saw the Dockers finished 10th in the just concluded 2017 KPL season despite heavily investing on its squad last summer.

The Ugandan tactician joined Bandari in a shock move shortly after triumphing with Tusker in the 2016 season where the Brewers won the league and Gotv Shield titles.

Our efforts to confirm his departure at Bandari however turned fruitless as our calls were unanswered.

Meanwhile, Bandari is currently conducting trials for new players under the watch of Kennedy Odhiambo who assisted Paul Knata during his stay at the club.