The sports activities analyst hits out on the Jangwani giants’ scouting system for signing gamers who don’t have the fitting standing for the staff

Tanzanian sports activities analyst Mwalimu Alex Kashasha has stated the largest drawback affecting Yanga SC is their failure to signal high quality gamers who match their standing.

Kashasha has defined if folks pay shut consideration to the kind of gamers who’re introduced into the squad, many wouldn’t have the fitting attributes to match their ambitions.

“The issues costing Yanga is just one, the particular person or these liable for scouting gamers are doing lots of methods by bringing gamers who wouldn’t have the standing to play for Yanga,” Kashasha stated as quoted by Sokalabongo.

“For instance, a participant like Yikpe [Gnamien] got here to Yanga and his high quality was not nice and he additionally didn’t have the qualities to play for the staff and even make the staff’s beginning squad.

“The opposite participant is striker David [Molinga] and he got here with lots of punches however he could not do nicely on the finish of the day and he additionally left the staff.

“In the meanwhile, they signed Saidi [Ntibazonkiza], he is an effective signing however the largest drawback he’s injury-plagued, he can not assist the staff, he’s at all times fighting accidents, and for those who take a look at him, even his age appears to be gone.

“Yacouba [Songne] can be in poor health so you possibly can see there may be nonetheless lots of work to be completed in Yanga scouting whereas one other striker, Michael [Sarpong], has simply been working endlessly and out of 21 matches, he has solely scored 4 objectives.

“So it is crucial for Yanga to have the ability to take a look at one of the best ways to do scouting to search out gamers who could have the standing to play for the staff in the event that they want success.”

On account of a turbulent run within the second spherical of the Mainland Premier League, the Jangwani giants moved to fireside their total technical bench led by coach Cedric Kaze on March 7.

Although they’ve already appointed Juma Mwambusi on an interim foundation, the staff remains to be trying to find a everlasting coach to see them by the remaining 11 matches within the top-tier.

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