Mathare United coach Francis Kimanzi has blamed Bandari for ‘parking the bus’ in the two sides’ 0-0 draw on Saturday.
Kimanzi who stretched his winless streak to five games insists it was increasingly difficult to play against a side that was never interested in playing football.
“Of course it is the nature of our league here. Every team wants to stay behind and sometimes you have to look for a way to entertain the fans. I am happy that the fans saw some good football.
"I don’t care if they stay behind. They can stay behind the rest of the matches in the league. It’s their plan anyway,” Kimanzi lamented on the club's official website.
“I am not disappointed. We played marvelous football apart from getting the final goal. The process is still on. If you keep creating a lot of chances and you don’t score then you know you are getting closer.
“We were playing against a team that is three points behind us and they are actually there by merit. We are happy with the point.
Ranked second on the log with 26 points, four behind league leaders Gor Mahia, Mathare’s reputation as title contenders has been blotted by the recent slump.