Bandari back in the market for a new attacker with three new faces already signed

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Bandari head coach Antony ‘Modo’ Kimani is looking to sharpen his forward line in this mid-season transfer window in preparation for the campaign’s final phase.

Kimani has said he wants many options in the final third that’s why he is not done yet with the transfers, despite confirming the signing of three players already.

Bandari has secured the deal of winger Joe Waithira from Sofapaka after terminating his contract with Batoto ba Mungu over a month ago, Amos Asembeka who joined the club for free as well as Johanna Mwita, who returns to the club six months after leaving the dockers.

“We brought Waithira and Mwita on board; they are both good attackers and give us quality depth in our attacking department. Asembeka is an experienced midfielder; he’s quality, and I am happy to have him with us,” Kimani stated.

The former AFC Leopards tactician said they will try to bring in a new striker before the close of the transfer window insisting that if they fail to get the best, they will focus on the players they have until the end of the season.

The Mbaraki-based club is sitting in 9th place in the table with 24 points after sixteen matches.

Elsewhere, Kenya Police tactician Francis Baraza is also in the market for reinforcement of his front line and his goal-keeping department.

Police Fc have already confirmed the signing of Harambee Stars left-back Abud Omar, who joins the team from Greek side AEL Larissa. They are considering Farouk Shikalo, a free agent, as an option for their goalkeeping area.

The mid-transfer window was officially opened on Monday 27 February.

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