Wachezaji Waliosajiliwa Yanga 2022/2023 | Wachezaji wapya Yanga 2022/2023: New Young African playes have been announced, and fans are eagerly awaiting the start of the season. Some of the new players are sure to be a hit with fans, and they’ll bring a fresh level of excitement to the team. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the new players and what they bring to the table.
Young Africans Sports Club, or YANGA, is a football club based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The club, which was founded in 1935, now plays its home games at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium and resides in Kigamboni’s Avic Town as a team hostel. Young Africans is Tanzania’s largest club, also known as “Wananchi” (Citizens) and “Yanga” (Young Boys). The squad has won 27 league titles and several domestic cups, as well as appearing in several CAF Champions League seasons. They are one of the most powerful clubs in East Africa, having won the CECAFA Club Championship five times.
Wachezaji Waliosajiliwa Yanga 2022/2023
|Bernard Morrison||Right Winger||29||Ghana||Simba SC|
|Stephane Aziz Ki||Attacking Midfield||26||Burkina Faso||ASEC Mimosas|
|Lazarous Kambole||Centre-Forward||28||Zambia||Kaizer Chiefs|
|Gaël Bigirimana||Central Midfield||28||Burundi||Glentoran FC|
Wachezaji Walioongezewa Mikataba Yanga
The following are some of the players who have signed another contract with the Yanga sport club team for the 2022/23 season after showing the performance in the 2021/2022 season and enabling the team to be crowned the 2021/22 NBC Tanzanian premier league championship and the Azam Sport confederation cup championship.
- Bakari Nondo Mwamnyeto
- Farid Mussa
- Gift Mauya
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The 2022/2023 Young Africans Squad
|3||DF||Bakari Nondo Mwamnyeto||Tanzania|
|21||DF||Djuma Shabani||Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo|
|23||DF||Abdullah Shaibu Ninja||Tanzania|
|4||DF||Yanick Bangala Litombo||Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo|
|18||MF||Abubakar Salum||Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo|
|11||MF||Stephane Aziz Ki||Burkina Faso|
|29||FW||Jesus Ducapel Moloko||Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo|
|9||FW||Fiston Mayele||Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo|
|10||FW||Yacouba Songne||Burkina Faso|
|19||FW||Heritier Makambo||Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo|
The club’s roots can be traced back to the 1910s, but the club’s officially recognized history began in 1935, when Dar es Salaam residents, who were classified as Africans by Tanganyika’s colonial administration, decided to form a football club to compete in a league dominated by “non-African” football clubs. The club’s first name is reported to be New Young. Later, it was replaced by the moniker Dar es Salaam Young Africans SC, and then by Young Africans Sports Club.
Following its founding in 1935, its members fought about their team’s poor performance and outcomes. In 1936, the club’s record was much worse and disappointing, prompting some of its members to separate and join another team. The breakaway supporters were Arabs who felt fit to incite disagreement among club members, resulting in a split. They were successful, and they created Queens F.C. with dissidents (currently Simba). Since then, the two teams, Young Africans and Simba, have remained rivals. The teams form the most exciting fight in the Sub-Saharan area, the eye-catching furious and recognized as one of the top five most talked about derbies in African football.