Yanga heading to Ethiopia with Lwandamina still missing

Yanga are without a Head Coach after the shock exit of George Lwandamina

Yanga Caretaker Coach, Shadrack Nsajigwa and his squad will fly to Hawassa, Ethiopia early on Sunday ready for their second leg clash with Wolayta Dicha on April 18 in the CAF Confederation Cup.

Yanga are without a Head Coach after the shock exit of George Lwandamina who is reportedly set to rejoin his former club Zesco United next month.

However, Yanga will be head to Ethiopia as favorites to knock out Dicha and book a place in the group stages following their home victory 2-0 on April 7.

The Jangwani outfit will be boosted by the return of their key players such as Papy Tshishimbi, Kelvin Yondani, Juma Said and Obrey Chirwa who were sidelined for the first leg at home because of suspensions.

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There is no news on the size of the squad which will be boarding the plane and also still no news on the injured players such as Amis Tambwe, Donald Ngoma and Vicente Andrew.



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