Nkata hopeful of many home victories at Bandari

The Dockers want to win all their home matches this season

Bandari FC coach Paul Nkata is aiming at a good run when playing at home in the Kenyan Premier League.

The Dockers needed an Enock Agwanda’s 41st minute strike to claim first win of the season under the new coach. The Ugandan was happy with the display by his charges and he hopes the trend will continue.

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"It was not an easy match; they came and gave their all and troubled us, but we held on, and finally got the winning goal. Winning at home will be important, and if we manage to register positive results then we will finish the season where we want.

"The most important thing is to be consistent and give our best on the pitch,” he told Goal.

Bandari will play against Posta Rangers in their next league assignment.

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