04 Dec, 12:38
Bandari FC assistant coach Ken Odhiambo Okoth has been re-appointed to the role of the club's head coach days after Ugandan tactician Paul Nkata was sent packing by the Kenyan Premier League side.
The former Nairobi City Stars, Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia coach will be assisted by Wilson Oburu who has also been promoted to the technical bench as a keeper trainer and assistant Team Manager.
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The news were confirmed at a luncheon as the players prepare to break for holiday after the completion of the 2017 season held in a Mombasa Hotel and attended by all members of the squad and administration led by the vice chairman Musa Hassan and CEO Edward Oduor who confirmed the developments.
It was also confirmed that Oburu will also continue to play as he blends into the elevated new position with time. Okoth has served in the same position before the arrival of Paul Nkata from Tusker at the beginning of last season after which he served as an assistant.