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Yanga set to camp in Turkey



Back to back Kagame Cup Champions Yanga SC will travel to Turkey this weekend as they prepare for the second round of the Vodacom Premier League.

Yanga Information Officer Baraka Kizuguto said the team will depart on Sunday morning with Turkish Airlines, and it will be a trip of 34 people, that includes 27 players and seven officials.

The Jangwani boys who are currently the League leaders ahead of Azam and Simba will be expected to land in Instanbul at 2250hrs Local time.

Players to travel:

Goalkeepers: Ally Mustafa 'Barthez', Said Mohamed and Yusuph Abdul.

Defenders: Juma Abdul, Shadrack Nsajigwa, Godfrey Taita, Stephano Mwasika, Oscar Joshua, Mbuyu Twite, Nadir Haroub, Ladisalus Mbogo and Kelvin Yondani.

Midfielders: Athumani Idd, Frank Domayo, Haruna Niyonzima, Kabange Twite, Nurdin Bakari, Omega Seme, Saimon Msuva, Rehani Kibingu, Nizar Khalfani and David Luhende.

Forwards: Didier Kavumbagu, Said Bahanunzi, Jerson Tegete, George Banda and Hamis Kiiza.

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