Bandari FC Team Manager Wilson Oburu is confident that the Dockers will hold on to their good run of form despite two of their players being ruled out for the rest of the season with injuries.
Darius Msagha and Collins Agade are both set to sit out for the remainder of the season while Joseph Ochuka has been given a three-week rest.
Msagha is currently undergoing a rehabilitation from a knee injury and the former Harambee Stars custodian says that they will not rush him back into action.
Ochuka and Agade are expected to resume training in the late September but Oburu, who was elevated to the TM post at the beginning of the season, says that the injured will be given enough time to recover ahead of the new season set to kick off late in October.
“Msagha has started rehabilitation from a knee injury while Ochuka has been given upto three weeks out, but he might return in time for the last two games, though we won’t rush them because the new season is just around the corner and we’ll need some fresh legs,” Oburu told Goal.
Bandari are currently second on the log as they prepare to take on Zoo FC in a league match.