Yanga vs Rivers United - 2021/22 CAF Champions League

 Yanga SC to face Rivers United

Yanga Football Club, will face their opponents in the African Champions League match against Rivers united on Sunday 12 September at the Mkapa Stadium from 05:00pm in Eastern Time.

YANGA has received unsatisfactory reports towards their2021/22 CAF Champions League's preliminary round clashes against Rivers United of Nigeria.
Yanga's spokesperson, Haji Manara, yesterday confirmed the reports, saying they will miss the players in the duel against Rivers United due to lack of International Transfer Certificates (ITCs).
Manara moreover made it clear that they have not yet received directives on the number of fans his club should permit to turn up for the clash because they have not yet received a response from CAF through the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF).
The ban was due to Egyptian club El Makkasa delaying Aucho's ITC as was the case with Djuma's AS Vita Club and Mayele's AS Maniema Union, although Yanga also had the documents they had to submit on time.

Yanga vs Rivers United - 2021/22 CAF Champions League

Yanga, through the club's directorate of competitions, requested the transfer in time but the Egyptian outfit had initially refused to release Aucho, asking the midfielder to extend his contract.
The move meant the side was disappointed by the midfielder's decision to sign for Yanga.A similar mistake was made again in DR Congo as AS Maniema Union and AS Vita Club did not send in a timely confirmation of the transfers.

The Guardian is also aware that the existence of various debts of former players led to Yanga's failure to complete the transfer on time and FIFA sought confirmation on the settlement of thedebts.
FIFA did so under the new club licensing law which, if an outfit finds it difficult to abide by, such an outfit will find it difficult to complete the registration of players, a step that Yanga fulfiled and avoided a ban at the last minute.
Yanga, according to Manara, will go into the Sunday game with a slogan, known as 'The return of champions', as they confront Rivers United on the pitch.According to Rivers United Media Officer, Charles Mayuku, the team will host Yanga in the reverse fixture on September 19, 2021, in Port Harcourt.
Meanwhile, Yanga Information Officer, Hassan Bumbuli, said the club is upbeat that it will record positive results on Sunday.

"The preparations for the game are going on very well and I'm confident that we will do well on Sunday, I'm saying this as players' spirits and also morale in the camp is high," he said.


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