Azam eye to end winless jinx
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AFTER series of unconvincing lead to the Premier League season, Azam will be looking for to return into the winning way when they deal with Polisi Tanzania at Ushirika Stadium in Moshi today.
As soon as labeled as the key title competitors of the campaign, the Chamazi based attires appear to be gradually parking their bus to pave way for Young Africans and Simba who are chasing each other en route to the champion.
A win today by Azam will be the first for the Zambian fitness instructor George Lwandamina who succeeded Aristica Cioaba at the helm of the club and he is yet to taste sweet side of the league.
A lot of unanswered concerns were being asked as to why a group of Azam calibre with all the required wealth to be had by a club was refraining from doing well in their matches regardless whether playing at house or away.
Maybe responses will start to be given today at the end of 90 minutes and with the new mini transfer window signing of striker Mpiana Monzinzi from DR Congo’s Lipopo FC, morale to do well in the squad may be uplifted.
Their current 2-0 accomplishment over Magereza FC in Azam Sports Federation Cup (ASFC) appears like it will provide the required rhythm for the players ahead of the necessary league fixture.
For the hosts Polisi Tanzania, they are not a side to be crossed out quickly particularly when they bet big groups in the nation’s football circles.
Found at the sixth slot on the ladder with 23 points from 17 getaways, they understand how important it is to bag in all 3 indicate continue scaling up the league ladders.
However, veteran defender Kelvin Yondani may be making his launching in Polisi Tanzania t-shirts this afternoon as he was just recently officially paraded as their gamer for a duration of one year.
“We enjoy to finally have Yondani in our team and his defensive abilities will play a crucial role to enhance our backline for the upcoming matches in the league,” stated the club’s Information Officer Frank Lukwaro instantly after winning Yondani’s signature.