Nkata happy with Bandari progress in KPL

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The Dockers have started the season well and are currently placed third on ten points after five matches

Bandari FC coach Paul Nkata is happy with the strides his team is making in Kenyan Premier League this season.

The Dockers have started the season well and are currently placed third on ten points after five matches. The Coastal-based side recorded their third victory last weekend and Nkata is optimistic the trend will continue.

"It is all about playing with instructions and so far it is paying dividends. The players are doing well, and the main thing is that we are getting results. I cannot say we are title contenders, our main target is to finish in a respectable position after the season concludes," Nkata told Goal.

The team has scored eight goals so far, and conceded just two in the five matches played.

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