Mhilu: “I'm not going to leave the club after just two seasons"

The teenage striker has recently played a major role in the Yanga squad

Yanga upcoming star, Yusufu Mhilu has revealed that he wants to stay at Jangwani beyond the current season.

The teenage striker has played a major role in the Yanga squad recently, scoring twice and creating four goals in the last six matches in all competitions.

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Speaking to Goal, Mhilu said that he would like to stay at the club for a long time because it has always been his dream to play for Yanga.

“I'm not going to leave the club after just two seasons, I want to stay here for many years and help the team to win every title in and outside the country,” said Mhilu.

Mhilu came into the first team picture to fill the void left by the absence of Donald Ngoma and Amiss Tambwe who are long time absentees through injuries.

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