Kaze: Yanga SC will need patience to fight for the title of rivals Simba SC

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The Burundian tactician asks the fans for patience, saying it is not easy to win the league title in Tanzania

Young Africans (Yanga SC) coach Cedric Kaze has admitted that the Giants will need to be more patient to clinch the continental Premier League title.

The Burundian tactician who was appointed to manage the Jangwani giants on October 14, 2020, following the departure of Serbian Zlatko Krmpotic, has revealed that the Tanzanian league is very competitive, as all teams are striving to achieve the same objective, hence it is not easy. to win the league.

“I know that the happiness of every fan and of our bosses is to see that we win the league, but we still have a lot of work to do, and also the competition is very tough,” said Kaze, who has remained undefeated since joining Yanga. Sokalabongo.

“All the teams we play against are fighting very hard to beat us, they want to get a good result against Yanga, I know we continue to lead the story but we are not there yet, we have to keep fighting and make sure we win. our parties.

“I also urge the fans not to have pressure, I know that anything is possible but their job is to come in large numbers and support us in every game we play, they should always come to support us, we need them while they push us to do well.”

Yanga currently tops the 18-team table with 31 points from 13 games and is the only undefeated team in the top flight.

They have managed to score 15 goals and have yet to win the league title in the last three goals, with rivals Simba taking it back-to-back.

Azam, who started the season high by winning seven straight games, is second in the table with 26 points from 13 games, while Simba is third with 23 points from 11 games.

Yanga is currently preparing to face Ruvu Shooting, fourth in the table, at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Sunday.

In their last match, Yanga beat JKT Tanzania 1-0 with Deus Kaseke. Yanga’s rivals Simba have already lost two games to Tanzania Prisons and Ruvu Shooting, and that gives them an advantage in the title race.


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