Friday, 31 October 2014

KPA told to increase special allowances to Bandari FC players to boast their morale and win games

David Naftali (left) and Shaaban Kenga (right) in action during Bandari’s premier league match against KCB played at Mombasa County ground. The teams drew 1-1. PHOTO BY GALGALO  BOCHA

Bandari Football Club and its sponsors Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) have been asked to increase  special allowances to players to enable the team win its remaining Tusker premier league matches and avoid relegation. 
Admiral FC technical director, Aref Baghazally said the team’s 1-1 draw results against Western Stima was dismal and asked KPA and the club officials to give out incentives to boast  players morale.

Mr Baghazally said something had to be done for the Coastal side to win their remaining six matches because other two lower teams KCB and City Stars have improved and are increasing their points.

The Admiral tactician added that he was hopeful players will perform better and win matches.

Bandari supporters returned home disappointed when their team registered a one-all draw by Stima in a match played at Mbaraki Sports Club on Saturday.

The fans were overheard saying their team endless one goal draw against Tusker 0-0 and two consecutive barren draw against Sofapaka and City Stars fortnight ago signals danger of the team being relegated to the lower national superleague.

They were worried of the outcome of their team’s mid-week clash against Gor Mahia in Nairobi and the following match away game with Thika United .

However, the coastal based football club is in better position to remain in the top flight league if it wins its remaining home feature against AFC Leopards, KCB, Top Fry and Ulinzi Stars .

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