Bandari and goalkeeper Joseph Elimlim part ways

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Bandari has already brought on board two goalkeepers, Martin Musalian and Mustafa Oduor

Bandari FC have lost yet another goalkeeper after the Dockers released their third-choice custodian Joseph Elimlim ahead of the new season.

Bandari, under coach Bernard Mwalala, are shaping up for the 2018/19 Kenyan Premier League season, where they are set to kick off their campaign against defending champions Gor Mahia on December 8.

Goal understands the Elimlim, who worked under the shadow of Farouk Shikalo last season, forced his way out of the club in order to get more play time.

Bandari has already brought on board two goalkeepers, Martin Musalia from relegated Wazito in order to push Faroukh Shikhalo to his maximum limit; and Mustafa Oduor signed from Nzoia Sugar.

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After finishing second in the previous season, Bandari are raring to go for the title and a chance to represent the nation in the Caf Champions League next season.



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