Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo

Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo

Serengeti Girls Back to Tanzania Today (Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo)

The players of the Serengeti Girls team started their journey to Bukoba today, April 17, 2022 from Mjini Ngozi Burundi, where they went to play their game against the U17 girls team of Burundi, a game that ended with Tanzania winning 4-0 Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo.

The 26-man squad with a technical bench led by Head Coach Bakari Shime, left Burundi at 12:00 am Burundian time, equivalent to 1:00 am in Tanzania where it will pass through Bukoba for boarding. flight tomorrow April 18, en route to Dar es Salaam to prepare for a trip to Zanzibar where they will camp camp waiting for Burundi for a rematch in May.

According to head coach Bakari Shime, the squad is gearing up for the rematch against Burundi, with more focus on its match against Cameroon or the qualifying team Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo.

The Serengeti Girls have only three games left to qualify for the Under-17 World Cup in India, with one match to be played in Zanzibar in May. To qualify for the World Cup, Tanzania will have to win all its games in any way.

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Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo

Ambassador of Tanzania Dr. Jilly Maleko has congratulated the National Under-17 girls team after the team emerged victorious with a 4-0 aggregate victory at the Urukundo Stadium in Ngozi Stadium, on Saturday, April 16, 2022 in the summer. 9:00 pm Burundi time.

Giving the congratulations at a brief party organized at the Bela (Skin) Hotel for a joint dinner as a token of acceptance for the great work done by the players, technical bench and officials accompanying the Serengeti Girls team, Ambassador Maleko said that the youth are doing a great job honoring the country saying he as the representative of President Samia Suluhu Hassan is very relieved by the way the team is fighting for the continued flying of the Tanzanian Flag.

Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo
Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo


Dr. is a major stakeholder in women’s soccer.

In addition, the Ambassador poured out all the praise to the Serengeti Girls, stating that the current government and Mama Samia will continue to provide support to further address the challenges facing female players during and after retirement from football.

Concluding his short speech, Ambassador Dr Maleko wished the Serengeti Girls team all the best for their rematch on May Day in Zanzibar and the next one after the team crossed the stage to advance to the World Cup.

The Member of Parliament for Tanga who is also a Member of the Parliamentary Committee on Social Services, Ms. Husna J. Sekiboko promised to take the challenges facing the players and send them to Parliament for action as Parliament is the main body advising the government; so she has promised to go and fight for the better environment of both the women’s and men’s teams as well.

For his part, the President of the Zanzibar Football Federation (ZFF) Abdullatif Said Yassin emphasized the improvement of the football environment for the girls and all the teams Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo.

He explained that football is a job like any other job so he will go and consult with the President of TFF, Wallace Karia so that together they can add more power in ensuring football continues to bring productivity to the youth of Tanzania.

Head Coach Bakari Shime, thanked the Ambassador saying that they have traveled many times but the trip has been unique due to the presence of many leaders who went to encourage them, although the presence of those leaders was also a test for them as they had to seek victory in every situation to cool them down. A long journey Kikosi cha Serengeti Girls Kurejea Tanzania Leo,

with the captain of the squad Noela Luhala assuring Tanzanians to continue to fight for the country in terms of status and wealth with one goal to take Tanzania to the World Cup by October, this year.

Expressing his gratitude to Ambassador Maleko, TFF Competition Director, Mwl. Salum Madadi said they are certainly relieved to see the government supporting them so they as the Federation governing football in the country will continue to devise various strategies to continue to fly the country’s flag well through football.

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