Nkata: Bandari are not where they are supposed to

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The 2015 GOtv Shield champions started the season in a good fashion but inconsistent display led to their drop on the log

Bandari FC are currently placed in the eighth position in Kenyan Premier League after thirteen matches.

The 2015 GOtv Shield champions started the season in a good fashion but inconsistent display led to their drop. Coach Paul Nkata has revealed to Goal his plans and targets for the Coastal-based side.

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"We want to do better after the break, and realize our already set objectives. Yes, we are going to sign two or three players for the team, we need to strengthen a little to ensure we do not struggle.

"Our main aim is a top five finish, right now we were not there but at the end of the season, that is what we want."

Nkata led Tusker to their 11th league title last season before making a shocking move to Bandari.

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