By Amini Nyaungo
Young Africans are travelling to Songea, Ruvuma region today- Saturday for a difficult game with Majimaji in their Azam Sports Federation Cup.
The team management has said this kind of games makes their team play ‘back to back’ matches.
Yanga general secretary Charles Boniface Mkwasa confirmed on Saturday that the team was travelling to Songea today (Saturday) morning.
“We have a back to back matches in the few days. Yes, it is true that the interval time is good. However, we cannot do as Europe does because we do not have good infrastructures.
We are travelling long distances to play those games which means we don’t have enough time for exercises and repose for our players,” he said.
With high confidence gained after eliminating St Louis in Africa Championship, Young Africans expects to squash Majimaji at their home ground.
But with all hopes, Mkwasa feels that Majimaji have also a greater change because of enough time their team had for preparations as compared to Young African which has been, all the time, involved in games.
In Sunday match, any of team that wins, will have qualified for the quarter final of the tournament and a
A team that wins Azam Sports Federation Cup will have a ticket to play the CAF Confederation cup.