Young Africans says players are adapting well to cold weather pounding Tunis ahead of their Sunday’s group D CAF Confederation Cup match.
Yanga face Monastir at Stade Olympique Stadium on Sunday in their opening group stage campaign of the competition with high hopes to do well.
“The squad has arrived well here (Tunisia) looking forward for the big match.
“Comparing with Dar es Salaam, the weather here is too cold but our players are responding well to it,” says club’s Media and Communication Manager Ally Kamwe.
A squad of 25 players and nine staff members made the journey with high expectations to record success.
The full squad consists of Djigui Diarra, Metacha Mnata, Erick Johora, Ibrahim Bacca, Bakari Mwamnyeto, Dickson Job, Kibwana Shomari, Farid Mussa, Mudathir Yahya, Zawadi Mauya, Yanick Bangala and Jesus Moloko.
Others are Clement Mzize, Joyce Lomalisa, Tuisila Kisinda, Salum Abubakar, David Bryson, Dickson Ambundo, Mamadou Doumbia, Khalid Aucho, Djuma Shabani, Fiston Mayele, Kennedy Musonda and Stephanie Aziz Ki.