SIMBA have pledged to bounce back stronger in the NBC Premier League to revive winning confidence among players ahead of their 14th league match versus Polisi Tanzania at Ushirika Stadium in Moshi tomorrow.
The two teams meet with a 19-point gap separating them as Simba parade 28 points from 13-game outings while Polisi Tanzania have carved 9 points from the same number of games.
The Reds were denied maximum points by Mbeya City in their previous game at Sokoine Stadium in Mbeya following a 1-1 outcome which was not digested well by many Simba supporters who wished to see them winning the away clash.
However, in his remarks yesterday, the club’s Media and Communication Manager Ahmed Ally reiterated that they have sorted out all challenges which made them to drop vital points in Mbeya.
“We appreciate massive turnout of our fans wherever we go to play and the only way to pay them back is to win our games…the technical bench and players are now more than ready to work hard for their team,” he said.
Again, Ally seized the opportunity to urge more fans at Ushirika Stadium in order to give players energy that will enable them to execute well their responsibilities.
On his part, Polisi Tanzania Information Officer Hassan Juma fired warning shots at Simba saying they should not expect an easy dance at their turf as they have prepared well to generate good results.
“For us, we are not well-placed on the table that is why we ought to start pocketing maximum points from each game ahead of us, hence, we are set to begin this campaign against Simba,” said him.
The Moshi-based side are still finding it hard to get back to the winning rhythm this season despite registering a vital 2-1 win over Ihefu in their past league game at Highland Estate Stadium in Mbarali, Mbeya.