By Habakuki Urio
Tanzania’s Mainland Premier League (VPL) returns tomorrow when a tittle defender, Yanga SC play against Kagera Sugar at Kaitaba stadium in Bukoba Town, Western Tanzania.
It will be the game of records as Kagera who placed themselves at bottom of the table have won none of the game at this season but also the last time match on October last year Yanga won 6-2.
Yanga SC club, General Secretary, Charles Boniface Mkwasa, told our reporter in an interview that they have trained well ahead of the game but they much aware that the game will be tough to them.
“Kagera Sugar haven’t won any game since the premier league started but that doesn’t mean that they are underdog, we knew they have good team which will make the game to be tougher,” he said.
“We will play away and always away games are tough. Our last game on October, 2016 was 6-2 so they will enter to the pitch with much precaution, but what we need is three points,” said Mkwasa.
Yanga’s assistant coach, Shedrack Nsajigwa, said that they have worked out of all technical problems which occurred in the previous matches.
Yanga who placed at number six of the table standing out of 16 teams, have recorded narrow winning in all of the five previous games.
Nsajigwa insists that they have worked well on striking force, and to prove that tomorrow they will make sure that they score more goals in earlier minutes to suppress Kagera who play at home.
“We have a special training on striking line and good enough is that Burundian Striker, Amiss Tambwe who was nursing injury has return,” he said.
“All players are huge moral here, our huge problem was scoring many goal and we are making sure that we solve the problem, that will help us to be at the top of the table and lastly we can defend the title,” Added Msajigwa.