Kenyan Premier League side Bandari FC have rehired coach Ken Odhiambo to replace the departed Bernard Mwalala.
Reports reaching Futaa indicates that Odhiambo's official appointment at the club is expected to be announced anytime this week with the tactician coming in to replace Twahir Muhiddin who had been appointed on an interim basis following the ouster of Mwalala.
Odhiambo is not new to the Bandari surrounding having been in charge of the coastal side for four and a half years before leaving for further studies in July 2018.
Odhiambo joined Bandari as an assistant coach under coach Twahir Muhiddin on August 19 2014 after being sacked at Harambee Stars where he served under the same position.
He rose to the position of head coach in December 2017, taking over the reins from Ugandan tactician Paul Nkata who had been fired by the club then.
Apart from Harambee Stars and Bandari, Odhiambo had spent most of his coaching career at Nairobi City Stars who at that time were in the Kenyan Premier League.
He takes over a Bandari side who has struggled for form this season and finds themselves in position eleven with 23 points.
Odhiambo's last game in charge of Bnadari was after a 1-1 stalemate in Mombasa and as fat would have it, his first league game on his return will be against the same opponents on the same ground.