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But the Ugandan tactician has admitted that lack of team cohesion is costing his side vital points with the finish line in sight

Bandari FC Coach, Paul Nkata has admitted that there is a problem within his squad that has to be addressed immediately.

The Dockers have lost four out of the five Kenyan Premier League matches in the second leg.

Of the four matches, two were against Tusker FC and Chemelil Sugar where the Dockers conceded a total of five goals.

But the Ugandan tactician has now come out to admit that lack of team's cohesion is costing his side vital points with the finish line in sight.

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"It is a fact that we have not been playing well of late; you cannot blame the striker for not scoring. For them to score, they need supply from the midfield and for the midfield to be effective, we have to have a good defense, it is not a one department show.

"I have a meeting with the team, it is something that should be addressed as soon as possible because if we continue like this, things will get worse. Our target is still there, we have to strive to achieve it."

Bandari is currently placed in the 11th position with 27 points after 23 rounds of matches.

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