TPLB: Transfer window foolproof

TANZANIA Premier League Board (TPLB) has hailed the Premier League teams for successfully conducting the players’ registration exercise.

The transfer window session officially ended on August 31st after it was officially opened on July 1st this year.

Breaking the good news recently in Dar es Salaam was the board’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Almasi Kasongo who gave credit to the top flight league clubs which were busy on the market strengthening their respective squads.

“Record shows that in the past transfer windows, most of clubs were finalising their deals a few hours before the closure of the window something which used to overload the system sometimes rendering it to malfunction.

“But in the recently closed transfer market, I am pleased with the way the entire exercise was conducted and I can confirm that there is no club in the First League, Championship and NBC Premier League which has failed to sign players as a result of system problems,” he said.

Adding, Kasongo said the success of the exercise has been contributed to the capacity building courses conducted for those people responsible for signing of players in their respective clubs.

“Together with our colleagues from Tanzania Football Federation (TFF), we sat with these people and informed them how to amicably accomplish transfer deals without facing any problems.

“Of course, scenarios that some clubs complete their deals late due to delays in meeting mutual agreement with players until last minutes before closing the window cannot be written off but overall, I am satisfied,” he said.

In another development, the CEO pointed out that three league hosting venues like Majaliwa Stadium in Lindi, Sokoine Stadium in Mbeya and Highland Estates Stadium in Mbarali, Mbeya have undergone refurbishment and now they have been allowed to host league matches.

“We stated that these venues were given a platform to improve the overall atmosphere of their stadiums of which they have successfully accomplished and the Licence Committee has allowed them to continue hosting matches,” he said.

He also seized the platform to urge clubs which use venues which they don’t own to work with their owners to ensure all necessary facilities are readily available and that will make them avoid suspension.

However, according to TPLB’s recently published press release, clubs which met criteria to play in the Championship and First League have been advised to continue with preparations before the commencement of 2022/23 season on September 17th and October 15th respectively.

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