Bandari FC's Isuza has said that he joined the club to win titles and that they will be contesting for the league title this season.
The Kenyan international midfielder Whyvone Isuza signed with Bandari recently and had an awesome debut for the coastal outfit.
Bandari have come close to clinching the FKF Premier League title but are yet to lay their hands on Kenya's most coveted football trophy. Their closest ever attempt was finishing second behind Gor Mahia in 2019.
The coastal club finished third last season behind champions Tusker and second place KCB. However, they have made signings aimed at boosting the squad: Rodgers Aloro, Chris Ochieng, and Faraj Ominde all from Tusker, KCB's Joseph Okoth who returned to the club, Boniface Mwangemi from Kariobangi Sharks and Whyvone Isuza from Wazito.
Isuza has reunited with his former coach Andre Casa whom he worked with at AFC Leopards. In Bandari FC's 3-0 win over Mathare United in their league opener, Isuza scored a brace and he is currently the leading top scorer.
Bandari FC will play against Bidco United in Thika once the break ends on 15th October, 2021.
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