The French tactician lays naked the rationale his new signings haven’t been given possibilities to play for the Msimbazi giants
Simba SC coach Didier Gomez Da Rosa has come out to make clear why new signings Junior Lokosa and Peter Muduhwa haven’t performed a single recreation for the workforce.
The 2 gamers had been signed in the course of the mini-transfer window, with Nigerian striker Lokosa arriving from Esperance of Tunisia whereas Zimbabwean defender Muduhwa joined from Highlanders FC.
To this point neither of the gamers has performed a single match for the Msimbazi giants regardless of the workforce collaborating within the Mainland Premier League, the home cup, and the Caf Champions League.
The French tactician has now defined why the duo is but to get enjoying time by stating as quoted by Sokalabongo: “Lokosa did not play aggressive matches for a very long time because of the place he was enjoying the league took a break due to the coronavirus pandemic, so till the time he obtained in Dar es Salaam he was not bodily match.
“I would like extra time to work on Lokosa and restore his bodily health and after I’ll give him an opportunity to play, that is why he has not been seen in aggressive matches up to now regardless of signing for us.
“Muduhwa has been doing nicely even in follow however it’s troublesome to scale back gamers who play nicely and perceive one another within the league but when there’s a problem or want extra enjoying house is feasible.
“After the season is over we’ll consider the entire squad and have a look at the wants of our workforce after which I’ll give my perspective on the gamers we have to stick with and areas to strengthen.”
In keeping with Gomes, who has been utilizing three strikers – Chriss Mugalu, John Bocco, and Meddie Kagere – Lokosa must work more durable and present extra dedication to get an opportunity to play for Simba.
Simba are main Group A within the Champions League after getting seven factors from three matches and they’re second on the league desk, 4 factors fewer than table-toppers and rivals Yanga SC, however they’ve three matches in hand.
The Wekundu wa Msimbazi have additionally certified for the fifth spherical of the FA Cup.