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‘I have nothing to say about Wazito FC players’ – states Badoer

6:38 PM GMT+4 06/12/2019
Wazito FC players.
The newcomers’ boss openly blames the players for another defeat in the top flight

Wazito FC boss Ricardo Badoer has openly admitted he doesn’t know what is ailing his struggling side in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL).

Badoer has taken to Twitter to congratulate Bandari FC after the Coastal-based side hammered his promoted side 4-1 in a league match played on Friday.

“Congratulations to Bandari!” Badoer wrote on his Twitter account. “I have nothing to say regarding Wazito FC. I think our players did show what they want.”

Badoer’s congratulatory message came just a few hours after he urged his side to be at their best against Bandari, saying it was the time for the players to show they can proudly play for the badge.

Against Bandari, a brace from Shaban Kenga, a goal from Yema Mwana and an own goal from David Otieno were enough for the Dockers to register the vital win.

Just two days ago, Badoer threatened to move Wazito to the Tanzanian Premier League, claiming the Kenyan league had many problems which needed to be solved.

“This is not good at all [the problems facing the KPL] and it makes Kenya look bad,” Badoer wrote on his Twitter account while reacting to a story titled ‘Nyamweya - Painful to watch KPL on its deathbed.’

“We need new league structures. I have some ideas, if not I guess Wazito can play in Tanzanian league just like Cardiff City plays in the English Premier League.”