The head coach of Yanga, Nasreddine Nabi, has said that his team will go to the field to play the second match of the African Confederation Cup hungry for success.
Yanga expects to welcome TP Mazembe in the Group D match to be played tomorrow at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium, Dar es Salaam.
Nabi said they are psychologically prepared to ensure they get positive results in order to reach the goals of reaching the quarter-finals of the tournament organized by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
The coach said they know the match will not be easy for both sides but they hope they will make good use of the home field.
“I don’t think we deserve to make mistakes like what we did in Tunisia, we know the match will not be easy, we are going to meet another good team but we have to play like Yanga who are hungry for success, they have just won the first game, so their morale will be high,” said Nabi.
The coach added that he has taken a good look at TP Mazembe in his various matches and has seen their strengths as well as their weaknesses, so he will make sure he works to achieve his team’s goals.
He added that they do not expect to repeat the mistakes they made in the first game played away in Tunis, including working on the Set Pieces balls that they lost to US Monastir.
At the same time, Yanga’s Information Officer, Ali Kamwe, said that the matter of their midfielder Feisal Salum ‘Fei Toto‘ is fine and tomorrow he will be among the players who will be at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.
“Fei Toto is a legitimate Yanga player, whether he is in the camp or not, on Sunday when we play against TP Mazembe, he will be part of all the players on the field,” said Kamwe and asked the fans to turn out in large numbers for the match.
It is alleged that Fei Toto has been paid Shs. 350 million to sign a new two-year contract and now he will receive a salary of Shs. 15 million per month.