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Bandari coach Odhiambo raises concern over inability of foreign players

FOOTBALL By Ernest Ndunda | June 13th 2020
Bandari FC Coach Ken Odhiambo during a past match. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Bandari coach Ken Odhiambo has raised concern over the inability of his three foreign players to link up with the team.

As coronavirus pandemic bites, Odhiambo said travel restrictions of his Burundian and Ugandan players have complicated his programmes.

He said Burundian goalkeeper Justin Ndikumana and Ugandan duo of Fred Nkata and William Wardi are still held up in their motherlands.

"I have been monitoring all the players through WhatsApp and hope all are responding well to training," said Odhiambo.

Odhiambo said three of his players are nursing serious injuries. "We hope the players will start training soon." He said Wycliffe Ochomo, Mustafa Oduor and Moses Mudavadi are injured. 

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