Bandari ready to stamp supremacy in 2017

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Bandari FC head coach believes that his side can challenge for 2017 league title

Bandari FC coach Paul Nkata says he has a good squad that can consistently register good results in the Kenyan Premier League.

The Ugandan coach led Tusker to a domestic double last season before making a shock move to the struggling Dockers at the end of 2016. He is however adamant that his new club can finish the season on a high.

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"We have strengthened our squad as planned and if what I have seen in training is anything to go by then we will surprise many clubs in the league. My players are experienced and the competition in the camp is high which to me is a plus, he told Goal.

The Coast-based side is targeting a top three finish at the end of this season.

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