Yanga disciplinary committee to decide on Zimbabwean player’s misconduct

Charles Mkwasa said that Ngoma has already presented all hospital documents which led him to delay in Zimbabwe for more than three weeks.

Yanga disciplinary committee to decide on Zimbabwean player’s misconduct

Charles Mkwasa said that Ngoma has already presented all hospital documents which led him to delay in Zimbabwe for more than three weeks.

07 December 2017 Thursday 18:31
Yanga disciplinary committee to decide on Zimbabwean player’s misconduct

By Habakuki Urio

Dar es Salaam Young Africans (Yanga)’s management has sent Zimbabwean striker Donald Ngoma to team’s disciplinary committee which will sit next week for more actions following a delay to report to the club.

Speaking in Dar es Salaam, the Yanga SC Secretary General, Charles Mkwasa said that Ngoma has already presented all hospital documents which led him to delay in Zimbabwe for more than three weeks.

He added that Ngoma is guilty as for days he stayed at home he didn’t even try to contact the management about his delay.

“Disciplinary committee will meet next week and come with recommendations, what we need is discipline and respect contract,” said Mkwasa.

 Mkwasa also said that registration committee will meet at the end of this week to review the coach reports on players to register, to part away and to send in loan to other clubs.

“Yes, we received the coach report, but I will not comment anything on it until the registration committee meets this week,” he concluded.

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