Victor Ndinya (left) follows proceedings from the bench in a past KPL match
Ndinya bids goodbye to Bandari, calls for suitors
By Jeff Kinyanjui | Wed 11 Jan, 2017 16:00

Victor Ndinya has officially parted ways with Bandari FC after a turbulent two seasons with the Mombasa-based Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side.

Ndinya thanked the Dockers and says he is already in talks with a number of top-tier clubs. Notably, Posta Rangers had recently confirmed the capture of the speedy forward, but he says the talks are still on and nothing concrete has been agreed on as yet.

Also read: Posta Rangers snaps up Bandari duo

“I have officially parted ways with Bandari and I would like to thank them for the wonderful time I had at the club. I have started talking to a few clubs including Posta Rangers and once I get what I think would be the best offer, I will sign and commit my future,” he told Soka.

Bandari acquired the services of 2016 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) coach of the year Paul Nkata and are also on a rebuilding process. David Gateri, Abdulatif Achkobe Omar and Dan Sserenkuma have already left the club while Sharif Mohammed is rumoured to be in talks with Gor Mahia.

Also read: Nkata ditches Tusker for Bandari

Jeff Kinyanjui

Twitter: @Nyash88

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