After securing the services of Kenya Premier League (KPL) coach of the year award winner Paul Nkata, Bandari FC has now turned their attention to stre...
After securing the services of Kenya Premier League (KPL) coach of the year award winner Paul Nkata, Bandari FC has now turned their attention to strengthening their squad in readiness for the 2017 season.
The Dockers have moved with speed to capture the signature of former Thika United midfielder Michael Luvutsi, who has joined the club as a free agent having terminated his contract with Thika, citing discipline cases.
Confirming the development, Bandari’s media liaison officer Mohammed Abdulrahman said the player joined the Dockers on a two year contact.
Abdulrahman said the move is just the beginning of many signings to be done by the club.
“Luvutsi is one of the players we have been monitoring closely. We are thankful he has penned a deal with us. We have a new coach who would want to have different types of players, so we are likely to recruit more,” he said.
Bandari has also been linked with Nakumatt FC midfield maestro Timonnah Wanyonyi and Nairobi City Stars player Oliver Maloba.