AS the Championship League enters the seventh round this weekend, Transit Camp Head Coach, Said Liyakuka is targeting a first away victory since the beginning of the league in early September.
Speaking during his team’s training at Nyamagana Stadium on Wednesday, Liyakuka said that his team will reorganise to be able to battle and win their championship league game against Pamba Jiji FC that is schedule for Saturday at Nyamagana Stadium.
He said their weekend match is important as they target to post their first away victory. Transit camp has now lost four matches consecutively, whereby they lost 0-2 against Mbeya City FC at Sokoine Memorial Stadium in Mbeya, 1-2 against Copco Veteran FC at CCM Kirumba in Mwanza, 1-2 against Police Tanzania, 2-3 against Green Warriors.
Transit camp has drawn 1-1 against Ken Gold at Sokoine Memorial Stadium in Mbeya and they have only won one match 1-0 against Fountain Gate Academy (FGA) at Uhuru Stadium in Dar-es-salaam.
Liyakuka said that they had already corrected the mistakes that led them to lose the games. Liyakuka said that they will invest a lot of energy in their upcoming championship league games.
In the standings of the championship league, Transit Camp is in 14th place with four points after six games played so far. The team has won one and lost four matches. Transit camp has scored six goals and ten goals.
After this weekend’s game, Transit camp will return to Dar-es-salaam for their match against Mbuni which will be played on October 28 at Uhuru Stadium. On November 4, Transit camp will play against TMA of Arusha, and on 12th November they will play against Pan Africa. Both games will be played at Uhuru Stadium.
Meanwhile, Pamba Jiji FC Head Coach Mbwana Makata has promised to make sure they win their weekend match against Transit camp at Nyamagana Stadium.