Tanzania national team head coach Kim Poulsen has name his traveling team to Kenya for their friendly match set for their two friendly matches next week.
Taifa Stars is slated to first face the Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee side on Monday, March 15, 2021 at the Nyayo National Stadium before taking on the same opponents at the MISC Kasarani three days later.
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The team is majorly composed of local based players with the only foreign face being Nassor Saadun Hamoud who plies his trade in the Czech Republic with MFK; the country’s U20 captain Kelvin John also making the cut.
The team will be without Simba SC and Namungo players who have been excluded due to their midweek continental engagements.
Goalkeepers: Metacha Mnata (Yanga SC) , Juma Kaseja (KMC).
Defenders: Hassan Kessy (Mtibwa Sugar), Israel Mwenda, Nickson KIbabage (Youssufia FC/Morocco), David Bryson (KMC), Yassin Mustapha (Yanga SC), Edward Manyama (Ruvu Shooting), Dicksob Job (Yanga SC), Bakari Mwamnyeto (Yanga SC), Kelvin Yondan (Polisi Tanzania), and Laurent Alfred (Azam FC).
Midfielders: Feisal Salum (Yanga SC), Baraka Majogoro (Mtibwa Sugar), Salum Abubakar (Azam FC), Farid Mussa (Yanga SC) Iddi Suleiman ‘Nado’ (Azam FC).
Forwards: Ditram Nchimbi (Yanga SC), Deus Kaseke (Yanga SC)Abdul Suleiman (Coastal Union), Kelvin John (Brook House College/England), Nassor Saadun Hamoud (MFK/Czech), and Meshack Abraham (Gwambina FC).
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