Singida upbeat to stamp authority

AFTER a good start of the season, the management of Singida Big Stars has broken ice on their club’s target to say top- four is their main target at the end of the season.

The management also insisted that the team’s general performance in their two rounds is highly impressive.

The Premier League debutants have maintained a 100-percent run after winning the two leagues’ opening matches at the refurbished Liti Stadium in Singida to collect all six points. They began the season with a slim 1-0 win over Tanzania Prisons before coming from behind to beat Mbeya City 2-1 in their second match.

Coming up, the Singida giants will face Dodoma Jiji at Liti Stadium on September 11th before travelling to Geita to face Geita Gold in their first away league match, though it will be played at a neutral venue.

But, in his remarks after the two opening matches, one of the top leaders of the club, Muhibu Kanu reiterated that so far, they are progressing well in accordance with targets they mapped before the start of the season.

“Everything we are doing is in response to the targets we have set up. That is why we made good signings bringing on board those players we thought will give us the results we want. “Until now, the players we have in the team have proved that they are ready to fight and reach our targets even though we are aware that the league has just begun and the marathon is far from complete,” he said.

He continued: “Winning two opening matches is a gesture that we are on a good track and we need to uphold the same status all the way to the end of the season. “As a club, our objective is to end the season in the top four. That is why we are working hard to easily achieve our objectives and with the depth squad we have plus determination, I am sure we will reach far.”

He then seized the platform to assure the football fraternity in the country that all players signed at the club have valid contracts to play there as such; people should not be misled with wrong information circulating on media platforms.

“Our scouting team did a good job and we have quality players who are happy to play at the club… claims that a certain player from our club is moving to join another team should never be entertained,” he said.

He also disclosed that as the league is on pause, the team will pitch a camp in Mwanza readying for the resumption of the contest.

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