Yanga parts ways with Jesus Moloko

DAR ES SALAAM: Young African Sports Club has announced parting ways with its Congolese player, Jesus Moloko.

The Club made the statement on its official X account (former Twitter) on Monday saying that they have terminated contract with Moloko on mutual consent.

The winger has lasted in Yanga for two and a half seasons replacing Tuisila Kisinda, who was sold by Yanga to RS Berkane penning a U-turn deal that saw him lock in Wananchi colors again.

Moloko played very successfully at the Kinshasa-based AS Vita Club, having reached the finals of the Federation Cup and lost to Raja CA of Morocco and multiple appearances in the group stage of the CAF Champions League.

Ghanaian and ex-Simba man, Augustine Okrah was signed to replace Moloko after a stellar season in the Ghanaian Premier League with his former side Bachem United.

Some Ligi Kuu sides are reportedly eying on the service of the 2-time CAF Confederation Cup finalist.

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