Monday, 20 July 2009

Yanga undecided over camp

From ThisDay, Dar es Salaam
By Jimmy Tara

YOUNG AFRICANS Sports Club leadership has not yet decided where to set camp for the Vodacom Premier League which kicks off next month.

It is reported that Serbian coach Dusan Kondic prefers Mwanza where he believes the players will train peacefully and be able to play friendlies against teams from Uganda.

But the club’s chairman, Imani Madega, said yesterday despite the technical bench proposing to start training this week, the leadership has not decided where the camp should be.

’’The leadership is still holding talks with Kondic and a decision will be made after a few days,’’ he said. Madega, however, indicated that the team could camp in Dar es Salaam.

In the meantime, Yanga players continue to undergo off-camp training at the Uhuru Stadium in the city. Madega said they expected foreign players to join the team this week after finalising transfer formalities. Only Cameroonian Jama Robert Mba has been cleared by his club Canon Yaounde to join the Mainland champions.


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