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Mbwana Samatta congratulates Msuva on transfer deal to Difaa El Jadida

The pair, who are both play together in Tanzania’s national soccer team Taifa Stars, met last month on Afcon qualifying match against Lesotho in Dar es Salaam. On Friday evening, Difaa El Jadida confirmed signing Simon Msuva with a 3-year contract deal after the 23-year-old passing a medical and agreeing personal terms.

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Mbwana Samatta congratulates Msuva on transfer deal to Difaa El Jadida

The pair, who are both play together in Tanzania’s national soccer team Taifa Stars, met last month on Afcon qualifying match against Lesotho in Dar es Salaam. On Friday evening, Difaa El Jadida confirmed signing Simon Msuva with a 3-year contract deal after the 23-year-old passing a medical and agreeing personal terms.

29 July 2017 Saturday 16:44
Mbwana Samatta congratulates Msuva on transfer deal to Difaa El Jadida

By Amini Nyaungo

KRC Genk striker Mbwana Samatta has congratulated Simon Msuva after his friend moved a step to become a Tanzanian international striker after joins with North Africa giants Difaa El Jadida of Morocco.

The pair, who are both play together in Tanzania’s national soccer team Taifa Stars, met last month on Afcon qualifying match against Lesotho in Dar es Salaam.

On Friday evening, Difaa El Jadida confirmed signing Simon Msuva with a 3-year contract deal after the 23-year-old passing a medical and agreeing personal terms.

Using his Twitter page, the Samatta posts: “I Congratulate Msuva for joining Difaa El Jadida of Morocco club".

It’s not surprising to see Samatta congratulating Msuva for joining the North African giants, as the KR Genk player has always been saying that for Tanzania football to grow there is a need of having many players playing outside the country.

The former Yanga player has always been an admirer of Samatta and promised to follow his footsteps.

Samatta journey to Europe started with a move to Democratic Republic of Congo Giants, TP Mazambe where he established himself as a dependable player in the star studded squad.

To climax it all, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) voted African Player of the year for local based players.

At Genk, Samatta is making his presence felt as he is among best scorers and regular starter of the club.

Recently, Samatta become the first Tanzanian to score against English Premier League team, he equalized when his team faced Everton in an international friendly match which KR Genk hosted.

Azania Post

Updated: 29.07.2017 16:50
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Iddi mpunga 2017-07-30 15:20:40

Its a good chance for msuva to move forward,

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Msanifu Kondo 2017-07-30 16:51:00

Congratulations Simon Msuva for having an opportunity to play in one of the best leagues in African continent.To me this is the beginning in achieving your long time dream of becoming a professional player in bigger leagues of Europe. You have proven that hard work,patience, and commitment, finally pays.There was time when you faced hardship while playing for your former club Young Africans,you endured it,finally to become the best player of the club.Also be reminded that being a pro sometimes its a heavy burden,since you have to torch the way for young aspiring players who will always watch you as their role model. May God the Almighty bless you that way to up your best level be smooth.

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JACKSON ANATORY 2017-07-30 06:48:06

Kindly frankly speaking from the bottom of my heart I love my national football team (Taiga Stars) since I was young.

But recently, I have been collapsing the real love with my national team sa it was before, and this is because of poor result that that we are getting.

I have been asked my self that when are we going to get a football national team that will be competing in various games as other national team like that of west African countries?

Now I think my question will be answered soon as possible since Honorable Mbwana Ally Samata has paved a way to other plays who are aiming to do better like him.

My advice is, other player they should have to aim higher rather than in aiming to play in our regent clubs hear in Tanzania especially Simba and Young Sports Club. The personal efforts are needed in order to do better.

Thanks very much Mbwana Samara for your inspiration to other your college, let's play for you and God will help you.

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Francis Ngoi 2017-07-29 20:11:57

having two or three players outside the country is not enough we need more of them although it is a great encouragement to others...a lot of congratulations to msuva.

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JACKSON ANATORY 2017-07-30 06:46:02

Kindly frankly speaking from the bottom of my heart I love my national football team (Taiga Stars) since I was young.

But recently, I have been collapsing the real love with my national team sa it was before, and this is because of poor result that that we are getting.

I have been asked my self that when are we going to get a football national team that will be competing in various games as other national team like that of west African countries?

Now I think my question will be answered soon as possible since Honorable Mbwana Ally Samata has paved a way to other plays who are aiming to do better like him.

My advice is, other player they should have to aim higher rather than in aiming to play in our regent clubs hear in Tanzania especially Simba and Young Sports Club. The personal efforts are needed in order to do better.

Thanks very much Mbwana Samara for your inspiration to other your college, let's play for you and God will help you.