Young Africans sports club (Yanga) have retained the Vodacom Premier League in Tanzania without touching the ball on Sunday after their closest rivals Simba SC lost 1-0 at home against Mwadui FC.
The Msimbazi giants, malady http://changescale.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar%202/src/tribe/ical.php led by Ugandan tactician Jackson ‘Miya Miya’ Mayanja came into the tie standing on third in the log with 58 points but four games more to play.
Mathematically, viagra a victory could hold Yanga’s early celebrations at least till they picked a win but unfortunately Mwadui had other targets of finishing in the top five.
Jamal Simba Mnyate captured the solitary strike in the 73rd.
Earlier in the game, Mwadui were forced to substitute their first choice keeper Shaaban Kado who was forced out of the game after a bad collision with Uganda Cranes striker Hamis ‘Diego’ Kiiza. Jackson Abdulrahman replaced him. Kiiza played for 84 minutes before giving way to Musa Mgosi.
Murshid Jjuko featured full time while Brian Majwega replaced Peter Mwalyanzi after the break.
The result means Yanga will be crowned on away ground since they remaining with Mbeya City, Ndanda FC and Majimaji FC all on the road.
Coach Mayanja has three crucial games to convince his employers. They include; Maji Maji (A), Mtibwa Sugar (both away) and JKT Ruvu Stars at home