Despite the spread of information he may be fired and his position filled by Uganda Vipers SC Champions coach, Young Africans head coach Nasreddine Nabi has made public appearances and spoken to reporters.
Nabi is said to be in a bad time at Young Africans, following his failure to perform well in an African Champions League game against Sudan’s Al Hilal, by witnessing his squad being thrown out of the tournament.
The Tunisian coach has spoken to reporters about the Premier League game against KMC FC, which will rise on Wednesday (October 26) at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in Dar es salaam.
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Nabi has said he is ready for the game, which he believes will be tough and competitive due to the strengthening of his opponents ‘ squad (KMC FC), who have just beaten Azam FC.
“KMC FC is a great team we have to respect. They have shown good resistance in previous matches without a doubt their effectiveness is good. We have little time to prepare but three points for us are important”
“We are ready for our game tomorrow, we will enter another different than we have seen in the previous game against the Lions SC, I believe even they (KMC FC) are prepared, they will not come as they last played against Azam FC, we will fight them.”
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“We are aware that our schedule is tight, we make every effort to match the reality that is facing us at the moment. We have a lot of games and hardships ahead of us and that is the reality we have to fight against. It is not a matter of who will play it is a matter of three points” said coach Nabi
KMC FC goes on to play with Young Africans at away Stadium, with a 2-1 win over Azam FC, while Young Africans recalls a 1-1 draw against lion S