Bandari forward Victor Ndinya has left the club. Ndinya, who joined Bandari in 2013 says he is leaving to pursue further professional goals, after what he describes as a rewarding time at the Dockers.
In a post on Facebook, Ndinya credits the club’s former head coach (now technical director) Twahir Muhiddin for his success and greatly appreciates him for the support he was accorded in his time there.
“I would like to thank Bandari FC for the opportunity to be a squad member for the past three years. Special dedication to Coach Twahir I appreciate the fact that you believed in my talent and gave me my KPL debut and always willing to serve as a mentor to me during my stay. I realize that your guidance has a lot to do with my success and I cant thank you enough for all you have done for me in my career. As I leave to pursue my new career adventure, I thank the technical bench for the support I received. The skills and abilities you helped me develop will empower me to reach my professional goals. It was a tough decision to leave but for the best of my interest I had to do it. I wish the team the very best in all their endeavors. To my fans keep supporting me and I will announce my next chapter soon,” reads the post (sic).
Although he avoided naming the club he was possibly moving to, there is a strong indication that he is on his way to Posta Rangers, with the club’s Chairman John Tonui confirmed that they are in talks with him and that he might join them when the season starts.