13 Dec, 12:40
After one year hiatus, Anthony Kimani has returned to Bandari FC and will be part of the team set up in 2018, this has been confirmed club organizing secretary Salim Sumra.
Kimani was redeployed at the start of 2017 season when Ugandan tactician Paul Nkata took charge of the Dockers. Following the appointment of Ken Odhiambo as boss, Kimani has been recalled to the playing unit and has started training with the Dockers in readiness for 2018 Kenyan Premier League campaign.
-Anthony Kimani is back in the team, he has been training with the rest of the team for the last few days and I can confirm that he will be with us in 2018. He is experienced and having him back is a boost for us, Sumra told Futaa.com.
At the same time Sumra revealed that the club is in talks with Oskarshamns AIK midfielder David King'atua over a return to the club. King'atua left the club for Sweden in January and after a year at the Scandinavian nation, the player is angling for a move back.
-King'atua has been training with the team and if he's willing to return the we'll re-sign him. He did well during his time here and he's a player who will add quality to the team, he added.
Kakamega Homeboyz forward Wycliffe Ochomo has been training with the side and according to Sumra, the technical bench will have the final say on the player.
-He has been training with the team but we haven't signed him just yet. The technical bench will have the final say, if they say they want him then we will sign him, he concluded.
The Dockers will be keen on bettering their 10th place finish in 2018.