Ligi Kuu Wrap: Mohammed Dewji wins Simba takeover

Goal brings you the Tanzania' Premier League's wrap which covers all the days news from the bigest clubs and stars


Taifa Stars held in CECAFA opener

Libya and Tanzania played out to a barren draw in second match of Group ‘A’ on day one of Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup in Machakos’ Kenyatta Stadium.

Both teams went into the match clearly aware of the results of the opening game where Kenya beat Rwanda 2-0.

Tanzanian tactician, Ammy Ninje, a former Hull City Academy Development coach, picked one point in his first match since he took over at Kilimanjaro Stars last November,  despite Tanzania's slow start in the first half.

Yanga confirm Amissi Tambwe stay

Yanga don’t have plan to release any of its first team players this transfer Goal can exclusively reveal.

Head of player committee for the club Hussein Nyika confirmed to Goal that although they have recruited two new players who are Feston Kayembe and Nkomola who used to play for the Tanzania national U17 team 'Ngorongoro' Heroes.


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Mohammed Dewji wins Simba bid

 Mohammed Dewji has win the bid to buy a stake in the Tanzania's giants club.

MO Dewji's bid of 20 billion shillings was the highest and he will now have a 49% share of the club.

MO also revealed his plan for the club and also vision to make the club competitive in the continent.

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