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    Kenya: Bandari FC Fires Head Coach After Humiliating Defeat in FKF Cup

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    Nairobi, Kenya – (African Boulevard News) – Bandari FC, a leading team in the FKF Premier League, has made a surprising move in firing head coach Anthony ‘Modo’ Kimani. The decision came after the team’s unexpected exit from the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Cup last Sunday, with the team suffering a humiliating defeat at the hands of AFC Leopards. In a statement issued by the club on Monday, the management confirmed that the decision to sack the coach had been reached after careful consideration of the team’s recent performances.

    The club’s management has since called in Twahir Muhiddin to take over as the interim head coach. Muhiddin is a seasoned coach in the Kenyan football scene, having previously coached Harambee Stars and Gor Mahia FC. Bandari fans are hopeful that the new coach will bring the much-needed experience and guidance to the team.

    The decision to sack Kimani came as a surprise to many, given his impressive record with the team. Kimani led Bandari to a fifth-place finish in the 2019/2020 FKF Premier League season and had been at the helm for over a year. However, the recent poor performance of the team, including a series of losses, may have contributed to the management’s decision.

    Commenting on the decision, former Bandari FC head coach, Bernard Mwalala, stated that “sacking Modo was not an easy decision, but it was necessary. The team has been struggling in recent games, and a change was needed. We hope that Twahir can come in and steer the club back to winning ways.”

    Bandari FC is set to face Zoo Kericho on Saturday in a crucial FKF Premier League fixture, and fans will be watching keenly to see how the team performs under the new coach’s leadership.

    In conclusion, Bandari FC’s decision to sack Anthony ‘Modo’ Kimani as head coach may have been unexpected, but it was a necessary move for the team’s future success. With the appointment of Twahir Muhiddin as the interim head coach, the team is expected to make a comeback and perform better in the upcoming fixtures. The club’s management hopes that the fans will continue to support the team and remain optimistic about the future.

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