Ken Odhiambo has quit his position as Bandari FC head coach. The former Kenyan international was not at the dugout when the Dockers lost to KCB FC 2-1 on Friday afternoon.
Odhiambo, who returned to Bandari in April tendered his resignation last week and has been linked with a move to another Betking Premier League side.
The Harambee Stars assistant coach was in charge of the Dockers for three games this season and registered a win, a draw, and a defeat.
He becomes the second BPL coach to leave his club in under a week after John Baraza who stepped down from his coaching role at Sofapaka last Tuesday.
Bandari is currently 8th in the Betking Premier League table with four points. They next play Posta Rangers on Wednesday afternoon at the Moi International Sports Center Kasarani.