Djuma apologizes for Mapinduzi Cup exit
After the exit of the Msimbazi giants and current Tanzania Premier League leaders Simba from the Mapinduzi Cup on the hands of Ugandan side URA, acting Head Coach Masoud Djuma has apologized to the fans for the exit.
Djuma has asked fans to keep supporting the club as they still have a season ahead of them that they need to fight for the premier league
Simba where eliminated after straight losses from Azam and URA in their last group matches.
Yanga vs URA, Azam vs Singida United in the Semis
The semifinals of the Mapinduzi Cup will see Yanga face Ugandan side URA who eliminated Simba, while defending champions Azam will face Singida United.
The finals of the tournament will be played on the 13th of January, with price money and bragging rights at stake.