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AS the date draws closer to Simba Sports Club's Annual General Meeting (AGM), things are starting to shape up in the run-up to the much-awaited assembly, which is expected to draw a clear picture on the future of the Reds.
The meeting, scheduled to take place in Dar es Salaam on Saturday, will be an avenue for Simba management, under chairman Ismail Aden Rage, to present and report the club's achievements during their tenure.
This includes, among other issues, milestones and progress on and off the pitch as well as the finances and accounting of the club over the past year. And to facilitate the event, main sponsor Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL), through its Kilimanjaro Premium Lager, handed over 20m/- to the club.
The fund is part of a five-year sponsorship deal the club and their archrivals Young Africans renewed with TBL two years ago, in which the brand grants 20m/- to meet the costs of the two teams' AGMs.
"As main sponsor, we are handing over these monies as part of our obligation to support the club in its quest for more accountability, glory and prosperity on and off the field," Kilimanjaro Premium Lager Brand Manager, George Kavishe, said when handing over the cheque to the club.
"We believe that this meeting will further strengthen the existing relationship between Simba SC and its members by giving them an opportunity to review the direction of their beloved club," he added.
Kavishe said they were proud to be associated with Simba, given the club's long track of accomplishments, adding that TBL was committed to continue working with the Msimbazi Street-based Reds to ensure that together they take Tanzania's football to greater heights. "With its reach extending to millions across the country, this club is built out of a long track record of accomplishments and we are proud to be associated with it," he said.
 "Kilimanjaro Premium Lager is giving 20 million shillings to Simba SC because we support the club in its effort to maintain accountability through this meeting which provides an opportunity for direct interactions with members." 
Simba Secretary General Evodius Mtawala thanked TBL for implementing the terms of their contract effectively and promised to use the funds for the intended purpose Some burning issues among Simba members including the mystery surrounding Emmanuel Okwi's transfer to Etoile Sportive Du Sahel of Tunisia and the disastrous title defence campaign, which saw the team finish in unfamiliar third place, are set to dominate the meeting. Okwi, who was a key player for Simba, joined the Tunisia soccer club in January, this year with the North Africa club agreeing to pay US$300,000 dollars for the prolific Uganda Cranes striker, but the Tanzania club is yet to receive a single penny from Etoile Sportive Du Sahel. In March, this year, Rage, who is also a trained lawyer, succeeded to stop a coup from radical members who had threatened to overthrow his regime in the wake of the team's poor results. 
The members voiced their complaints against Rage's regime, key being the team's disastrous titledefence campaign and deprived perform
ance in this year's CAF Champions League. The disgruntled members voiced their complaints that ever since Rage came into power in 2011, regular meetings of the clubs that were supposed to be held after every four months had been ignored. Meanwhile, Simba continued with their preseason preparations with a 1-0 win over Kahama United in Shinyanga Municipal on Sunday. Newly-recruited striker Zahor Pazi scored the lone goal and his first goal for the club in the second half as the Reds, under the tutelage of legend Abdallah 'King' Kibadeni, maintained their perfect run in pre-season friendlies. Simba played two games in Katavi region thrashing newly-promoted Rhino FC 3-1 in their opening pre-season match before edging out Katavi combined 2-1.
Tanzania Daily News


PREMIER League giants Simba have strongly condemned Mwinyi Kazimoto's reckless behaviour after he mysteriously disappeared from Taifa Stars camp and contemplate disciplinary measures against the player.
The 24-year-old midfielder disappeared from the Taifa Stars camp just after the team played Uganda Cranes in the first leg of the 2014 Africa Nations Championship qualifiers in Dar es Salaam last Saturday.
The wayward midfielder is reported to have deserted his club the national team to pursue professional career in Qatar.
Simba's Information Officer Ezekiel Kamwaga told a press conference that Kazimoto's act was unbearable, labeling it as a highest degree of indiscipline. He said the club's executive committee will convene soon to discuss the matter and impose possible sanctions against the players.
Kamwaga hinted that the attacking midfielder will not be able to play any where in the world without an endorsement from his club, which still has a valid contract with the player.
Kazimoto disappeared from team soon after
returning to the camp and was not available on his mobile phones, according to the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) Information Officer, Boniface Wambura. Wambura said Kazimoto was given his allowances purposely to leave the camp on his family issues but he did not return.
The player was also absent at Julius K. Nyerere International Airport when the team was leaving for Mwanza. Wambura said the move has been regarded as indiscipline, adding that Kazimoto has automatically been banned from playing in the national team in his football career. According to Wambura, Stars' head coach Kim Poulsen has vowed not to recall him again unless another coach takes his duties when he leaves
"This is absolutely indiscipline and would not be tolerated within the Taifa Stars entire technical bench, if the player faces problems, he should let us know and find a solution, since he is not available on his mobile phone how could we reach him, we have decided to close door for him," Wambura said.
Kim replaced Kazimoto with Azam midfielder, Mudathir Yahya. Meanwhile, Simba Chairman Ismail Aden Rage has expressed his gratitude to the TFF for releasing defender Shomari Kapombe from the Stars camp and allow him to travel and attend trials in The Netherlands.
Initially, TFF was reluctant to approve Simba's request on Kapombe as they demanded a formal invitation letter from the team which invited the player. Simba submitted the letter to the TFF and right away the federation endorsed the request.
"This is a great gesture, we're pleased because the trials could open doors to Kapombe and other local players to play top professional football in Europe," Rage said.
According to the player's agent, Kapombe is due to jet off for Holland tomorrow ready for trials with an undisclosed club. Earlier it was reported that the versatile defender was invited to attend trials with Eredivisie side FC Twente

PREMIER League giants Simba have strongly condemned Mwinyi Kazimoto's reckless behaviour after he mysteriously disappeared from Taifa Stars camp and contemplate disciplinary measures against the player.
The 24-year-old midfielder disappeared from the Taifa Stars camp just after the team played Uganda Cranes in the first leg of the 2014 Africa Nations Championship qualifiers in Dar es Salaam last Saturday.
The wayward midfielder is reported to have deserted his club the national team to pursue professional career in Qatar.
Simba's Information Officer Ezekiel Kamwaga told a press conference that Kazimoto's act was unbearable, labeling it as a highest degree of indiscipline. He said the club's executive committee will convene soon to discuss the matter and impose possible sanctions against the players.
Kamwaga hinted that the attacking midfielder will not be able to play any where in the world without an endorsement from his club, which still has a valid contract with the player.
Kazimoto disappeared from team soon after
returning to the camp and was not available on his mobile phones, according to the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) Information Officer, Boniface Wambura. Wambura said Kazimoto was given his allowances purposely to leave the camp on his family issues but he did not return.
The player was also absent at Julius K. Nyerere International Airport when the team was leaving for Mwanza. Wambura said the move has been regarded as indiscipline, adding that Kazimoto has automatically been banned from playing in the national team in his football career. According to Wambura, Stars' head coach Kim Poulsen has vowed not to recall him again unless another coach takes his duties when he leaves
"This is absolutely indiscipline and would not be tolerated within the Taifa Stars entire technical bench, if the player faces problems, he should let us know and find a solution, since he is not available on his mobile phone how could we reach him, we have decided to close door for him," Wambura said.
Kim replaced Kazimoto with Azam midfielder, Mudathir Yahya. Meanwhile, Simba Chairman Ismail Aden Rage has expressed his gratitude to the TFF for releasing defender Shomari Kapombe from the Stars camp and allow him to travel and attend trials in The Netherlands.
Initially, TFF was reluctant to approve Simba's request on Kapombe as they demanded a formal invitation letter from the team which invited the player. Simba submitted the letter to the TFF and right away the federation endorsed the request.
"This is a great gesture, we're pleased because the trials could open doors to Kapombe and other local players to play top professional football in Europe," Rage said.
According to the player's agent, Kapombe is due to jet off for Holland tomorrow ready for trials with an undisclosed club. Earlier it was reported that the versatile defender was invited to attend trials with Eredivisie side FC Twente
AS the date draws closer to Simba Sports Club's Annual General Meeting (AGM), things are starting to shape up in the run-up to the much-awaited assembly, which is expected to draw a clear picture on the future of the Reds.
The meeting, scheduled to take place in Dar es Salaam on Saturday, will be an avenue for Simba management, under chairman Ismail Aden Rage, to present and report the club's achievements during their tenure.
This includes, among other issues, milestones and progress on and off the pitch as well as the finances and accounting of the club over the past year. And to facilitate the event, main sponsor Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL), through its Kilimanjaro Premium Lager, handed over 20m/- to the club.
The fund is part of a five-year sponsorship deal the club and their archrivals Young Africans renewed with TBL two years ago, in which the brand grants 20m/- to meet the costs of the two teams' AGMs.
"As main sponsor, we are handing over these monies as part of our obligation to support the club in its quest for more accountability, glory and prosperity on and off the field," Kilimanjaro Premium Lager Brand Manager, George Kavishe, said when handing over the cheque to the club.
"We believe that this meeting will further strengthen the existing relationship between Simba SC and its members by giving them an opportunity to review the direction of their beloved club," he added.
Kavishe said they were proud to be associated with Simba, given the club's long track of accomplishments, adding that TBL was committed to continue working with the Msimbazi Street-based Reds to ensure that together they take Tanzania's football to greater heights. "With its reach extending to millions across the country, this club is built out of a long track record of accomplishments and we are proud to be associated with it," he said.
 "Kilimanjaro Premium Lager is giving 20 million shillings to Simba SC because we support the club in its effort to maintain accountability through this meeting which provides an opportunity for direct interactions with members." 
Simba Secretary General Evodius Mtawala thanked TBL for implementing the terms of their contract effectively and promised to use the funds for the intended purpose Some burning issues among Simba members including the mystery surrounding Emmanuel Okwi's transfer to Etoile Sportive Du Sahel of Tunisia and the disastrous title defence campaign, which saw the team finish in unfamiliar third place, are set to dominate the meeting. Okwi, who was a key player for Simba, joined the Tunisia soccer club in January, this year with the North Africa club agreeing to pay US$300,000 dollars for the prolific Uganda Cranes striker, but the Tanzania club is yet to receive a single penny from Etoile Sportive Du Sahel. In March, this year, Rage, who is also a trained lawyer, succeeded to stop a coup from radical members who had threatened to overthrow his regime in the wake of the team's poor results. 
The members voiced their complaints against Rage's regime, key being the team's disastrous titledefence campaign and deprived perform
ance in this year's CAF Champions League. The disgruntled members voiced their complaints that ever since Rage came into power in 2011, regular meetings of the clubs that were supposed to be held after every four months had been ignored. Meanwhile, Simba continued with their preseason preparations with a 1-0 win over Kahama United in Shinyanga Municipal on Sunday. Newly-recruited striker Zahor Pazi scored the lone goal and his first goal for the club in the second half as the Reds, under the tutelage of legend Abdallah 'King' Kibadeni, maintained their perfect run in pre-season friendlies. Simba played two games in Katavi region thrashing newly-promoted Rhino FC 3-1 in their opening pre-season match before edging out Katavi combined 2-1.
Tanzania Daily News



PREMIER League giants Simba have strongly condemned Mwinyi Kazimoto's reckless behaviour after he mysteriously disappeared from Taifa Stars camp and contemplate disciplinary measures against the player.
The 24-year-old midfielder disappeared from the Taifa Stars camp just after the team played Uganda Cranes in the first leg of the 2014 Africa Nations Championship qualifiers in Dar es Salaam last Saturday.
The wayward midfielder is reported to have deserted his club the national team to pursue professional career in Qatar.
Simba's Information Officer Ezekiel Kamwaga told a press conference that Kazimoto's act was unbearable, labeling it as a highest degree of indiscipline. He said the club's executive committee will convene soon to discuss the matter and impose possible sanctions against the players.
Kamwaga hinted that the attacking midfielder will not be able to play any where in the world without an endorsement from his club, which still has a valid contract with the player.
Kazimoto disappeared from team soon after
returning to the camp and was not available on his mobile phones, according to the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) Information Officer, Boniface Wambura. Wambura said Kazimoto was given his allowances purposely to leave the camp on his family issues but he did not return.
The player was also absent at Julius K. Nyerere International Airport when the team was leaving for Mwanza. Wambura said the move has been regarded as indiscipline, adding that Kazimoto has automatically been banned from playing in the national team in his football career. According to Wambura, Stars' head coach Kim Poulsen has vowed not to recall him again unless another coach takes his duties when he leaves
"This is absolutely indiscipline and would not be tolerated within the Taifa Stars entire technical bench, if the player faces problems, he should let us know and find a solution, since he is not available on his mobile phone how could we reach him, we have decided to close door for him," Wambura said.
Kim replaced Kazimoto with Azam midfielder, Mudathir Yahya. Meanwhile, Simba Chairman Ismail Aden Rage has expressed his gratitude to the TFF for releasing defender Shomari Kapombe from the Stars camp and allow him to travel and attend trials in The Netherlands.
Initially, TFF was reluctant to approve Simba's request on Kapombe as they demanded a formal invitation letter from the team which invited the player. Simba submitted the letter to the TFF and right away the federation endorsed the request.
"This is a great gesture, we're pleased because the trials could open doors to Kapombe and other local players to play top professional football in Europe," Rage said.
According to the player's agent, Kapombe is due to jet off for Holland tomorrow ready for trials with an undisclosed club. Earlier it was reported that the versatile defender was invited to attend trials with Eredivisie side FC Twente.


MAINLAND giants Simba suffered a 2-1 defeat to Uganda's URA in a pre-season friendly encounter at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Newly-recruited striker Betram Mombeki scored Simba's lone goal in the first half as URA came strongly after the restart to beat Ugandan goalkeeper Abbel Dhaira twice through goals from Lutimba Yayo.
Simba, under the tutelage of legend Abdallah 'King' Kibadeni, displayed an eye catching football especially in the first half and deservedly went ahead when the promising striker netted a sensational goal after exchanging neat passes with Marcel Boniventura.
However, the Reds were reduced to ten men in the second half, when match referee Michael Magori gave Mombeki marching orders for elbowing defender Jonathan Mugabi. URA took advantage as former Simba central defenders Joseph Owino and Derick Walullya pushed further upfront.
It came as no surprise when Simba surrendered from URA pressure and conceded an equaliser after an hour mark, when Walullya set Yayo clear to beat the keeper with ease. Yayo was on target again in the 75th minute.
Line up, Simba SC; Abbel Dhaira, Nassor Masoud 'Chollo', Issa Rashid 'Baba Ubaya', Rahim Juma/ Sino Augustino, Samuel Ssenkoom, Jonas Mkude, Ramadhani Singano/Miraj Adam, William Lucian, Betram Mombeki, Zahor Pazi/Twaha Ibrahim and Marcel Boniventura.
Meanwhile, security had to be beefed up at the club's Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Police Officer's Mess in Dar es Salaam yesterday, as elements of skirmishes turned evident.
At least 700 members attended the meeting. Chairman, Ismail Aden Rage controlled the atmosphere and responded well to queries from members who, among other burning issues, demanded to know the mystery surrounding Emmanuel Okwi's transfer to Etoile Sportive Du Sahel of Tunisia and the disastrous title defence campaign, which saw the team finish in unfamiliar third place, are set to dominate the meeting.
Efforts by some members to press for an agenda to reinstate former Vice-Chairman, Geoffrey Nyange 'Kaburu' hit the brick wall as it was suppressed by Rage, who said the Executive Committee had already endorsed his resignation.
DailyNews Tanzania

FORMER Tanzania League champions, Simba Sports Club will camp in Western Kenya for two weeks where they will play four friendly matches against local sides.
Football Kenya Federation (Western) NEC member, Elly Mukolwe yesterday said the 18-time league champions will camp at Mumias from July 15 to 30.
The six-time Cecafa Club Cup champions will play build-up matches against Kenya Premier League champions Western Stima and Homeboyz and Division One sides Nzoia Sugar and West Kenya.
He said Bukhungu, Sudi and Mumias Complex have been earmarked as the venues for the friendly matches, which Simba will be using in
preparation for the new season ahead.
Mukolwe said a committee to prepare for the team's stay in the region has already been set up. It will be headed FKF Western branch boss Andrew Amukowa and Northwestern branch chairman, Moses Kubai. Mukolwe said Simba's choice of Western Kenya as their training base was good news for the soccer fraternity and players from the four clubs who might land an opportunity to play for the top Tanzanian club.
Simba, who are coached by M. Cirkovic were Tanzania league champions between 2009 and last year before they surrendered this year's title to
their arch-rivals Young Africans last month. Former Sofapaka midfielder and Ugandan international Musa Mudde is in the squad that will tour Mumias alonside Simba's prolific striker Mrisho Ngasa. Simba and Yanga joined Kenya's Tusker FC in pulling out of the regional Kagame Cup, which was won by Vital'O.
Coast United FC defender Ali Abdalla Karega has joined Premier League side Gor Mahia ahead of K'Ogalo's titanic battle against Bandari this weekend.
Confirming the move, United secretary genera, Hussein Abdallah, said they have already released Karega to join Gor Mahia.
A release letter signed by Hussein dated June 29th and addressed to KPL CEO Jack Oguda read in part: "We hereby release the above mentioned player from our team to Gor. Ali Abdalla Karega was previously registered with us since 2009 under FKF Licence No. KN 01180.
We kindly request your good office to grant him permission to turn out for his new club and we wish him the best of luck in his new challenge."
Kogallo, who are placed third position in the league in the 16-team table with 24 points from 15 matches. They play second-placed Bandari at KPA Mbaraki Sports Club this Sunday. Hussein said he is was happy to see his player join a team of Gor's calibre.
"We are indeed honoured to learn that Karega has impressed Kogallo's technical bench in the trials he undertook and they (K'ogallo) have shown interest in acquiring his services. This is a big opportunity for him to make progress as a footballer," he said.
"As we know, the club was formed for the sole purpose of nurturing talent at the coast region and we are happy this is happening," he quipped.

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