Kikosi cha Taifa Stars Kitakacho Jiandaa na Mchezo Dhidi ya Libya

Kikosi cha Taifa Stars Kitakacho Jiandaa na Mchezo Dhidi ya Libya, KIKOSI CHA TAIFA STARS KITAKACHOINGIA KAMBINI KUIKABLI LIBYA.

Kikosi cha Taifa Stars Kitakacho Jiandaa na Mchezo Dhidi ya Libya TODAY the Head Coach of the Tanzania National team, Honor Janza has announced the Stars squad which is expected to enter the camp on Saturday. It is for the preparation of the friendly match on the FIFA calendar against Libya.

The Tanzania Football Federation, the country’s football regulating body, oversees the Timu ya Taifa ya Mpira wa Miguu ya Tanzania national football team, which plays its home games at the Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. Honour Janza, a Dane, serves as the team’s head coach.

Kikosi cha Taifa Stars Kitakacho Jiandaa na Mchezo Dhidi ya Libya

The players are Aishi Manula, (Simba) Beno Kakolanya, (Simba), Said Kipao, (Kagera Sugar), Kibwana Shomari, (Yanga), Datius Peter, (Kagera Sugar), David Luhende, (Kagera Sugar), Abdulamalick Adam, (Namongo).

Abdi Banda, (Chippa United of South Africa), Carlos Protas, (Tusker FC of Kenya), Oscar Masai, (Geita Gold), Dickson Job, (Yanga), Abdallah Mfuko, (Kagera Sugar), Himid Mao, (Ghazl El Egyptian Mahalla).

Sospetr Bajana, (Azam FC), Mzamiru Yassin, (Simba), Feisal Salum, (Yanga), David Uromi, (Moroka Swallows of South Africa), Mohamed Issa Banka, (Namungo), Mbwana Samatta, (KRC Genk of Belgium) , Simon Msuva, (Al-Quadsiah FC of Saudi Arabia,) Ibrahim Joshua, (Tusker FC of Kenya), Said Khamis, (Hatta Club), Habib Kyombo, (Simba).

Kikosi cha Taifa Stars Kitakacho Jiandaa na Mchezo Dhidi ya Libya
Kikosi cha Taifa Stars Kitakacho Jiandaa na Mchezo Dhidi ya Libya

Kikosi cha Taifa Stars Kitakacho Jiandaa na Mchezo Dhidi ya Libya: The Taifa Stars is the slang term for them. Tanzania has never made it into the World Cup of FIFA. The team previously competed as the Tanganyika national football team and is a representative of both FIFA and the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

Zanzibar, an island that is now a part of Tanzania but was previously its own country, is also an associate member of CAF and has participated in international competitions, although it is not qualified to participate in either the World Cup or the Africa Cup of Nations. See the national football squad of Zanzibar.

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