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Ajwang signs for Bandari

Bandari have agreed a deal to sign Tusker FC midfielder Fred Ajwang.

The dockers have already signed 13 players in the off-season, but are still on the lookout for talent that can improve them, and Ajwang lands in this category.

One of the brewers’ main midfield players in the last couple of years, the underrated Ajwang mostly spent last season on the bench amid fierce competition for places. The newly promoted Bandari, though, have come to his rescue and are excited to enlist his services.

“Fred Ajwang is on his way here and we have agreed a deal for him to move to Bandari,” said Bandari technical director Edward Oduor.

“In my view he is an underrated player with a lot of potential to do well. He is a strong player and oozes class in his play. In that midfield area, you need strong characters to do well and Ajwang is one of them.

“At a club like ours where we are trying to re-establish ourselves in the top flight, we need personalities and good strong persons. I am delighted that he will be a part of our project here and look forward to seeing him don our jersey.”

As for their other fresh recruits, Oduor says they are doing well.

“The other new players are doing well and settling in. It is difficult to come in when the weather is trying here in Mombasa but they have done well so far. “No injuries have been reported and so progress is good,” he concluded.

The dockers kick off their Kenyan Premier League campaign with a clash against Sony Sugar on 16 February.


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