The English tactician has been imposed with a three-match ban and fined heavily for allegedly stripping his shorts during the team’s 3-1 win over Kagera Sugar
Tanzania giants Azam FC tactician Stewart Hall has been imposed with a three-match ban for allegedly stripping his shorts during the team’s 3-1 victory over Kagera Sugar in a Vodacom League match played at Chamazi Stadium.
Tanzania’s Premier League committee has also fined the former Sofapaka FC coach. Hall committed the offence in protest of what he deemed unfair decisions by assistant referee during the match played on January 26, this year.
Hall will be out of the technical bench for Azam’s forthcoming match against Polisi Morogoro on March 9, as well as clashes against Prisons and Ruvu Shooting on March 27 and March 30 respectively.
Azam are Tanzania’s representatives in the Caf Confederation Cup and have in their ranks Kenyan players – Humphrey Mieno and Joackins Atudo.