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MISSUE NO. 3616 

April 19 - 25, 2013

 

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Bandari Expects Victory
Against League Leaders

when they tackle the visiting Kenya Premier League leaders KCB
in what is expected to be a thrilling and hard-fought match
 

Coastweek-- Bandari is expected to register another home victory when they tackle the visiting Kenya Premier League leaders KCB in what is expected to be a thrilling and hard-fought match to be played at Mbaraki Sports Club tomorrow.

Bandari coach, Twahir Muhiddin said they are not afraid of any team in the league for he boasts to have a formidable team that can beat any side in Kenya.

“We deserved to win against AFC Leopards last weekend in Nairobi but the match ended in a goalless draw but we are all set register a win against the bankers,” said Muhiddin.

Bandari coach believes they deserved more than a point they picked up against AFC Leopards, if they utilized scoring chances.

The dockers frustrated Leopards to the ground, holding them to a barren draw at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani, last Saturday, a draw that did not satisfied the Dockers.

“We could have beaten Leopards and got a very good result but we squandered many scoring chances against our opponents who are a strong team and have a very big fan base,” said Muhiddin.

Meanwhile, Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Division One Zone A1 side Sparki Youth blamed their loss to Kibera Celtic last weekend to unfavorable weather.

The coastal boys thrashed Kambakia Christian Centre 3-1 on Saturday in Meru before receiving a 3-2 hammering on Sunday by Kibera Celtic in Nairobi and Head Coach Abdalla Ali Ankoli attributes this to poor weather condition.

“We lost this match here because of a muddy pitch and fatigue but also we have new boys who are playing in new region for the first time,” said Ankoli.

Nigerian import Lucky Eme scored the goal in Meru before adding his name on the score sheet again last Sunday together with team mate Phillip Onyango in a match staged at the Kenyatta National Hospital Ground.

Ankoli has now been sent back to the drawing board on how to register positive results in their next home match against Nairobi Stima.

 

 

“Our target is to be among the top five in this league and so we have to win our next match in Mombasa,” he said. Sparki is now placed eighth in the 12-team Zone A1.

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