Clean bill declared ahead of Bandari visit

Omar Boraafyain back to full fitness after spending months out with a thigh injury

After a 10 – day break, the team will be back to action, with a home game against Bandari FC and head coach Dunstan Nyaudo will have a wide variety to choose from, with team doctor John Imboywa declaring no injuries in the team.

Defensive kingpin Bonventure Muchika was the only player in the treatment room as the team went to the clash against Posta Rangers last time out but he has since resumed training and will be in contention for a place in the squad should The Don feel he is ready for action.

Back in training

Muchika hurt his ankle in the home game against Zoo FC and has been out since.

Also back in training is midfielder Omar Boraafya, who suffered a thigh injury in training after the opening game of the season.

“We have no new injuries at the moment. Everyone is fit and in training. Muchika is still under close watch but he is training, while Omar is way ahead and it will be upon the head coach to decide whether or not to use them in the clash,” the doctor said.

Ahead of the game, Ulinzi Stars is placed 11th on the KPL standings with 18, with Bandari being top at 32 points.

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