Ken Odhiambo appointed Bandari FC coach

Written By: Sylvester Oyoo

Ken Odhiambo

Kenyan Premier League side Bandari Football Club has confirmed the appointment Ken Odhiambo as their new head coach.

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Odhiambo replaces Twahir Muhiddin who has been in charge of the team on an interim basis following the sacking of coach Bernard Mwalala earlier in the year.

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This will be Odhiambo’s second stint with the Mombasa City-based side having been in charge of the team for four and a half years before leaving for further studies in July 2018.

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Odhiambo joined Bandari as an assistant coach under coach Twahir Muhiddin on August 19, 2014, after being sacked at Harambee Stars where he served under the same position.

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He rose to the position of head coach in December 2017, taking over the reins from Ugandan tactician Paul Nkata who had been fired by the club then.

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