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Bandari FC have sacked their head coach Andre Casa Mbungo after a poor performance over the last couple of weeks. The Rwandese coach joined Bandari last season from Sofapka and has find it hard to overturn the form at Bandari.Mbungo will now be a free agent and only time will tell the next move for the experienced tactician. According to sports journalist Kevin Teya,Anthony Kimani will take over the mantle from the Rwandese coach.
Bandari were once considered serious title contenders before they became losers as the league gathered pace.The Coast based side have got stars intheir ranks with the likes of Abdalla Hassan firing blanks in the recent weeks.Many pundits have been calling for a replacement for the outgoing tactician as his tactics seems to have been failing the star-studded side.Will Kimani bring back the success that was once witnessed from Bandari?we all know how much talent the coastal region produces in the country.
We wish the side all the best ahead.
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