Nkata hopeful of lifting KPL trophy with Bandari

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Coach Paul Nkata believes that he can steer Bandari to glory in 2017 after doing so with Tusker FC last season

Newly appointed Bandari FC head coach Paul Nkata is ready to start guiding the team to glory explaining that he will work for the same without any pressure.

The Ugandan led Tusker to a double; league title and GOtv Shield in 2016 before moving to the coast and he believes that he can also make the Dockers champions in 2017. His secret is to understand players' abilities then work on their  improvements  for positive results.

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“I am looking forward to the new season. I have never been afraid of challenges. I know there are a lot of expectations especially after what I did with Tusker, but that is not enough to make me nervous or worried. Football is football. There are moments when things go well and many other times when nothing goes well,” said Nkata, who defied the prediction of pundits to win the 2016 league title with the brewers.

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 “For me, the most important thing is to understand the players here, because it is only after I understand their qualities and capabilities that I can go about drafting a formula that will help us achieve the objectives we’ve set. I think it is too early to make any predictions,” he told the league’s official website.

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So far, Bandari have captured a number of new players including former Gor Mahia duo of Enock Agwanda and Jacob Keli. They have also signed Noah Abich from Sofapaka, Tyrone Owino from Nakumatt and Michael Luvutsi from Thika United.

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