Kikosi cha Yanga vs Simba leo, 23 October 2022 NBC Premier League

Kikosi cha Yanga vs Simba leo, 23 October 2022 NBC Premier League

Kikosi cha Yanga vs Simba leo -Founded in Jangwani, Dar es Salaam, Yanga is the nickname of the Tanzanian football team Young Africans Sports Club. Benjamin Mkapa Stadium has been the club’s home since 1935.

“Yanga” (Young Boys) is the team’s nickname, and they have played in a number of CAF Champions League tournaments and won 28 league titles. They’ve won CECAFA’s Club Championship title five times.

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Kikosi cha Yanga vs Simba leo, 23 October 2022 NBC Premier League

Kikosi cha Yanga vs Simba leo

History of Yanga Sc

The origins of the club can be traced back to the 1910s, but it wasn’t formally established until 1935. During this time period, Africans living in Dar es Salaam (as defined by the colonial authorities in Tanganyika) decided to form a football club in order to play in a league dominated by “non-African” football clubs. The initials supposedly stand for “New Young,” which is the name of the club. The original name of the club, Dar es Salaam Young Africans SC, was shortened to Young Africans SC over time.

The members of the team, who first came together in 1935, disagreed over the reasons for the squad’s failures and poor performance. After an already poor 1936 campaign, some players bolted to form a new team. The Arabs were the ones who began the conflict that led to the club’s dissolution. Thanks to their achievements, a group of rebels eventually formed a team known as Queens F.C. (currently Simba). Ever since, Young Africans and Simba have been bitter enemies.

Kikosi cha Yanga vs Simba leo

The year is 2020, and Yanga and La Liga have just signed on to consult together.

The club’s members voted on May 27 to amend the club’s organisational structure to allow for private investments from outside firms.

In time, the club came to symbolise the fight back against colonialism. Because young Africans had come to be seen as nationalists and independence fighters, the political organisation TANU adopted the colours yellow and green as their own. The club is currently undergoing a process that will leave investors with 49% ownership while handing club members 51%.

The club’s fierce opponents across town at Simba make up the other half of the Dar es Salaam (or Kariakoo) derby. Among the five most popular African derbies, this one is a must-see.

Kikosi cha Utabiri / Predicting Line Up

  1. Djigui Diarra
  2. Djuma Shaban
  3. Kibwana Shomari
  4. Dickson Job
  5. Bakari Nondo Mwamnyeto
  6. Yannick Bangala Litombo
  7. Aziz Ki
  8. Khalid Aucho
  9. Fiston Mayele
  10. Feisal Salum
  11. Farid Mussa