By Amini Nyaungo.
The heat turns higher in Tanzania just two days before Dar es Salaam Young Africans meets with archrivals Simba Sports Club in a Charity Shield match at National Stadium on Wednesday.
The clash keep up the pressure, with both teams having fantastic squads, fantastic goalkeepers, they are all more than ready to win community shield title.
In every part of the country, it’s all about the flag banners set on the vehicles, in Bajaj and others on motorcycles.
The two biggest club in Tanzanian football have crossed the Indian Ocean to the spicy Islands of Zanzibar, for better preparations.
While Simba have set up camp in Unguja, their rivals are in Pemba, fine tuning for the game, which is crucial for either side as they seek to make a perfect start to this season’s league. Yanga were the first to shift their camp from Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar.
However, Police in Dar es Salaam have assured players and fans of tight security before, during and after the match.