Transfer window fever grips fans

FOUR days since the transfer window commenced, the sports fraternities are eager to see the headline-making figures in the talent business.

Simba and Young Africans have yet to name their foreign or domestic players they have injected into their respective squads ahead of the 2023/24 campaign.

Already, the two teams have pledged to have completed major international deals that will shake the country when they unveil them, and this is what the football family is eagerly waiting to see.

However, through their Media and Communication Manager Ali Kamwe, Yanga on Monday announced to unveil one new player they added to their squad today.

It has since opened a hot debate in the streets as people question each other about the player to be announced by the defending champions whose names remain under the carpet.

Similarly, Simba’s Media and Communication Manager Ahmed Ally has urged the team’s members and fans to keep calm, saying they have sealed big international deals that will put the country at a standstill when they start stepping on Tanzania soil.

However, the story differs for Azam, who have already begun naming their international weapons, with the Gambian player Gibril Sillah being the first to be publicly unveiled.

He has already promised to assist his side in winning titles, insisting that he wants to make history with Azam while calling for maximum support from Azam fans nationwide.

Again, the 24-year-old left winger disclosed to receive many offers from different clubs but opted for Azam, stressing he is glad to be part of the club’s mission and vision next season and believes it will be successful.

He is the second player to be signed by Azam after Feisal Salum, and the club has already declared to bring in two other foreign-based players.

For Singida Fountain Gate, only a little has been reported from them as long as the players’ transfer is concerned, even though they are also one of the domestic clubs with healthy financial muscles capable of competing well in the international transfer market.

These four teams will represent the country in CAF interclub competitions next season, so they ought to have an eagle’s eye when searching for whom to capture and inject into their teams.


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