Nkata maintains top five hopes for Bandari

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Coach Paul Nkata remains confident that the Dockers will still make the top five finish despite losing two key players

Coastal-based side Bandari FC has been blazing hot and cold this season, and are currently placed eighth on the log with 19 points.

This week, the team lost striker Dan Sserunkuma, who has been vital for the team in the past thirteen matches and midfielder Musa Mudde. However, Ugandan coach Paul Nkata is adamant the team is stable but he will not turn down an opportunity to strengthen if it happens to cross his way.

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"Teams are giving their best in the league, something that has made it unpredictable.

"No team is easy to beat, and mistakes can easily lead to your downfall. But we are prepared and have players that can help us attain our target by the end of the season. As I had pointed out, we are still aiming at a top five finish by the end of the season, and we will work towards that."

The Dockers play Tusker on the 2nd of July after GOtv Shield action this weekend.

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