Hall banned after indecent exposure
Azam coach Stewart Hall has been slapped with a fine and ban after he stripped at a league match that saw his side secure a 3-1 win over Kagera Sugar at Chamazi Stadium.
The former Sofapaka tactician was disciplined after he confronted an assistant referee before engaging removing his clothes; an act that will see him watch his side on the stands for the next three matches.
TFF confirmed of the recent development to supersport.com on Thursday.
"Azam coach Stewart Hall will serve a three match ban for stripping during a league match and a further $310 imposed fine on him for confronting an official during a league match."
"His suspension commences after they return from Sudan where they'll be playing El Nasir in a Caf Confederations Cup match this weekend," TFF spokesman Boniface Wambura said.
The club is currently second in the Vodacom Premier League with 36 points, six behind league leaders Yanga as the Mapinduzi cup champions will be forced to be without their coach when they face Police Morogoro, Tanzania Prisons and Ruvu shooting.
Under Hall’s reign, Azam FC won Mapinduzi Cup title twice, finished second place in the Premier League, Urafiki cup and Kagame in 2012.