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Yanga SC pardons threesome after allegations of misconduct


Jangwani giants explained the main reason for allowing the three players to resume training after two weeks of absence

Yanga SC have confirmed that they have settled their recent issues with three key players, Metacha Mnata, Michael Saprong and Lamine Moro.

The three have not trained with the rest of the team in the past two weeks over alleged misconduct issues, but according to acting team secretary Haji Mfikirwa they have now been pardoned and allowed to resume training.

What was said?

“All the players involved in serious fouls have been pardoned to continue serving the club after an internal meeting which was organized by the management and the trio,” Mfikirwa said, quoted by Daily News.

“As a club, we have internal procedures that we follow to resolve such cases. People should just know that we fixed the problem, taking into account all the requirements.

Yanga SC coach Juma Mwambusi and Michael Sarpong.

“Whenever our player[s] violate established laws, we refer them to the available code of conduct which clearly states what sort of action should be taken in proportion to the error made. “

The three players have each missed two Continental Premier League games so far, but they will now be available for selection when Yanga faces Ruvu Shooting in his next game.

In the absence of goalkeeper Manata, Kenyan Farou Shikhalo holds for Yanga while winger Deus Kaseke takes Moro’s armband.

Meanwhile, the club have admitted to having issues with their communications department, but insist they will be working there soon.

“It is true that we have some issues with our communications section, but all of these setbacks will be resolved when the club fully embraces the transformation,” said club registrar vice chairman Hersi Said as quoted by the same. portal.

With five games to go before the end of the season, the Jangwani Street-based club remain in second place with 61 points after 29 top-tier league games.

The players’ return will also be a boost for the team as they prepare to face rivals Simba SC in a rescheduled Kariakoo derby on June 3 at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.

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