• Sat. May 18th, 2024

Benjamin Tanimu‘s IHEFU Sports Club newly changed to Singida Black Stars of Tanzania will continue its drive to sustain its league status this Saturday with a date with Simba Football Club at the Liti Stadium in match day 22 of the Tanzania Ligi Kuu Bara, platinumnewsng.com is reporting.

Singida Black Stars who currently sits 11th on the log with 13 points will go into the game against the third-placed team with full confidence having won their last game in the Federation Cup 3-0 away to Kinondoni MC.

The Mbeya-based side has been able to manage two wins in the last five, losing two and picking up a draw against Mashujaa. The team’s last win came against Kinondoni MC in the quarter-finals of the Tanzania Federation Cup and that is enough boost for them to go up against an awful Simba side who have lost their last three games in all competition.Amongst the players expected to inspire the team to victory are Super Eagles defender, Benjamin Tanimu, ex-Simba powerful defender, Joash Onyango, and Kenyan duo of Abuya Duke and Rupia Elvis will all be counted on by the fans to help them secure a win over Simba.

Amongst the players expected to inspire the team to victory are Super Eagles defender, Benjamin Tanimu, ex-Simba powerful defender, Joash Onyango, and Kenyan duo of Abuya Duke and Rupia Elvis will all be counted on by the fans to help them secure a win over Simba.Mecky Mexime speaking ahead of the game on Saturday said the team is ready to take revenge against their opponents who won the first leg 2-1 at Benjamin Mpaka stadium, Dar ss Salasm.

Mecky Mexime speaking ahead of the game on Saturday said the team is ready to take revenge against their opponents who won the first leg 2-1 at Benjamin Mpaka stadium, Dar es Salaam.

“We know Simba’s strength in the league. They are good and I have to admit that we are facing a tough test.”

“However, we are going to play at our home venue, where we need to do our best. Technically and tactically, I’m ready to show our prowess as aa I’m still sharpening my squad.”

He added that his players are doing fine and are fit enough to face Simba, who lost to Al Ahly in the quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League, last weekend.On his part, Nigerian export, Benjamin Tanimu is confident that he and his teammates will give their best to get a good result for their supportive fans.

On his part, Nigerian export, Benjamin Tanimu is confident that he and his teammates will give their best to get a good result for their supportive fans.”We are preparing hard, not only for this game but the first other party season and all I can say is that myself and my teammates are battle-ready for this particular match because we know how important it is for us; we will give it our best.”

“We are preparing hard, not only for this game but the first other party season and all I can say is that myself and my teammates are battle-ready for this particular match because we know how important it is for us; we will give it our best.”

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