By Habakuki Urio
Azam FC has revealed that after the mini-window open tomorrow they will bring two players from Zambia and Ghana to replace their former striker Yahaya Mohamed.
The club parted ways with Ghanaian Mohamed last week after mutual agreement between the two.
Azam FC Information officer, Jafar Idd, said that next week the team management will send their agent to Zambia and Ghana to look for one striker to replace Mohamed.
“After we terminate with Mohamed, coach as proposed that two players should come from Zambia or Ghana for test and he will choose one,” he said.
Moreover, Idd outlined that squad of 22 players and technical bench will travel tomorrow to Njombe ready for theSaturday game against Njombe Mji.
“The team will travel earlier that they will cope with Njombe weather condition and final training before facing Njombe Mji,” added Idd.