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Jangwani’s management says they have also told players to roll up their socks and win their league matches.
After Yanga SC fired its entire technical bench led by Cedric Kaze, the team warned players to stop negligence on the field and get good results.
According to the president of the club’s technical committee, Dominick Albinus, after parting ways with the Burundian tactician, they sat down with the players to give them calculations for the future and warned that they must be prepared for positive results.
“We have already told the players why we made the decision to fire the technical bench and it is because the bench failed to obtain positive results on the field despite the support they had from management,” Albinus was quoted as saying. Sokalabongo.
“So telling them that means they also have a job where they have to be careful in fulfilling their responsibilities, as right now the team needs positive results on the field to be successful.”
Despite being fired after just five months in charge of the team, Kaze said he was leaving the team as a proud man to have helped them win their first trophy in three years, the Mapinduzi Cup, and also to have left them on top. from the table of 18 teams. .
“Wananchi It was a pleasure working with you during these five months, “wrote Kaze on his Instagram page. “Patience is a virtue, 18 league games, 10 wins, seven draws, one loss, four games for the Mapinduzi Cup, winner of the Mapinduzi Cup.
“I leave Yanga in the first position and that is my pride… wishing you all the best… this is just goodbye.
“We have enjoyed good times together and we have also faced difficult times together but this is football, today you are happy and tomorrow you are sad, the only problem we have is that many people lack patience, they want quick results when we have to build. a team to win our titles ”.
Yanga has already started the search for a new coach and on Monday they approached the AFC Leopards of the FKF Premier League for the services of Patrick Aussems.
Aim understands that Yanga has already settled for Kagera Sugar’s former coach Mecky Maxime to work as Aussems’ substitute, should AFC Leopards agree to release the coach.
Aussems has enjoyed a strong run of results since joining the Den, and after losing his first game in charge to Bandari 2-1, the Belgian has gone ahead to win three consecutive games: 1-0 against Ulinzi Stars, 2 -1 against Kakamega Homeboyz and 1-0 against Nairobi City Stars.