Bandari FC target 40, 000 members in a massive fan drive

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The Dockers are targeting to register at least 40, 000 new fans as they position themselves as a 'modern club' among the elite

Bandari FC is targeting to register at least 40, 000 new fans as they position themselves as a 'modern club' among the elite in Kenyan football.

Information obtained by Goal shows an elaborate plan put in place by the club as they seek to tap on internet in a bid to lure more football lovers to the Coast. "It's evident that Bandari is growing as a club and what we want to do is grow with our fans.

"We want to embrace technology in this new move. We want to make Bandari a modern Club and full unparalleled love to its fans," said a source close to the club.

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"We want to engage our fans, spend time with them and listen to them too. We want to start by giving them an online platform, where we shall introduce a weekly magazine and email as well as Whatsapp messages."

For one to be a member, he or she will have to register by filling a form on the club’s website with members set to enjoy certain privileges like reduced gate price during home matches.

The exercise is expected to kick-off in the next three weeks. Bandari, who lost their first match since May on Saturday to AFC Leopards, are currently eighth in Kenyan Premier League table with 22 points.

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