Bandari FC fire Kimani, Muhiddin takes over
Bandari FC have on Monday sacked head coach Anthony Kimani, a day after elimination from the FKF Cup.
Former Harambee Stars coach Twahir Muhiddin, who is the club’s Technical Director has immediately been appointed to steer the club until the end of the season, his first duty being a league match against KCB on Wednesday.
Kimani’s exit has been confirmed by CEO Edwin Oduor through a statement sent to newsrooms, ending his stint at Mbaraki having taken on over from Andre Casa Mbungo in February last year.
“Bandari FC wishes to announce that we have parted ways with our Head Coach, Anthony Kimani, on mutual consent. The Board of Trustees arrived at this decision after thorough deliberations. We would like to sincerely thank Anthony Kimani for his service and dedication to the club during his tenure as our Head Coach. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
“Meanwhile, the club's Technical Director Sheikh Twahir Muhiddin will take charge for the remainder of the season. We also want to assure our fans and stakeholders that the club remains steadfast in its commitment to achieving our goals and aspirations as a club. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to a successful future together,” read Oduor's statement.
Kimani served until August 2022 as a caretaker manager, when he was confirmed for the role.
The former Harambee Stars defender leaves Bandari, who were thrashed 3-0 by AFC Leopards in the Cup quarters on Sunday, at position six on the Premier League table.
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