Transfers Bandari raid KCB for keeper Bryne Omondi and two more players

FKF Premier League outfit Bandari FC have reached an agreement to sign three influential players from KCB.

The trio – goalkeeper Bryne Omondi, Francis Kahiro, and Apollo Otieno – have already signed a pre-contract with the Dockers, and will leave the Bankers at the end of their respective contracts on January 27.

A top Bandari source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, confirmed the acquisition of the players and promised more signings when the January transfer window opens on January 18. “It is a done deal for the three players,” the source, said, adding: “The trio will come in as free agents, they are all running down their contracts at KCB on January 27, so we have already engaged them and they have signed a pre-contract.

“We are just waiting for the transfer window to open and then the players will travel to join the rest of the squad in Mombasa. We are happy they have picked Bandari for their next journey and we know they will be a good addition to the team as we strive to win the title.”

The source further confirmed that Bandari are in the process of offloading several players as they bring in fresh blood ready to challenge for the title. “We are very serious (about winning the title) but we have not started the season as we could have wanted because we inherited a squad of more than 40 players but slowly we are trying to scale the number down (by facing out old faces) and bringing in new faces,” added the source.

The acquisition of Omondi, who plays for the national team Harambee Stars, will see him reunite with goalkeeper trainer Jerim Onyango at Bandari. Onyango, who played for Gor Mahia before hanging his gloves, is currently the keeper trainer for Harambee Stars.

The Dockers are currently sitting sixth on the 18-team table with 26 points from 16 matches, eight fewer than league leaders Gor Mahia. They have managed eight wins, two draws, and suffered six defeats and will next face Nzoia Sugar at Mbaraki Sports Club on Saturday.

Dennis Mabuka

Dennis Mabuka is a seasoned Kenyan journalist with 18 years of experience covering sports events. He is currently a sport content creator with

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