Paul Nkata’s magic pushes Bandari top in Kenya.
By Kampala Sun writer
When Ugandan tactician Paul Nkata ditched Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker just a month after leading the brewers to the Kenyan Premier League title, he was dubbed mad.
Nkata, a.k.a ‘latest’ set his target at a top 10 finish, but early indicators show Nkata’s magic wand is at play already.
The coastal side Bandari FC moved to the top of the Kenyan Premier League standings after a 3-0 home win over Muhoroni Youth over the weekend to move to seven points.
Paul Nkata seems to be ticking all the right boxes in Mombasa as Bandari are yet to lose this season after two home wins and a point on the road against Posta Rangers.
Former Cranes stars Danny Sserunkuma and Musa Mude are running the rings as they bagged two goals in the 3-0 rout.
Since Nkata’s arrival, the Bandari club CEO Edward Oduor came out to declare he saw positive change in the team and players have adapted to his football philosophy.
“Nkata brings a wealth of experience in the team, having won the KPL title with Tusker last season. We hope this achievement will be replicated in our team this season,” said Edward Oduor.