'It's honor for us to be part of the process of starting the Africa Super League' - Mangungu

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Simba Sports Club chairman, Murtaza Mangungu has made it clear that the club's leadership is proud to be a part of the process of starting the African Super League.

The tournament was initially based on a proposal by the President of the World Football Federation FIFA, Gian Infantino, who proposed the establishment of a 20-team permanent league, with some teams vying for a place in the tournament.

The president of the African Football Confederation, Patrice Motsepe, recently said: “They have learned a lot about the failed European Super League experiment, and he is very hopeful that, with that case they will succeed in the African Super League.

Commenting on the deal, Simba club chairman Murtaza Mangungu said: “Regard to the Super League championship, it is difficult to talk about anything at the moment as we are in the early stages of negotiating on it.

"At the moment we can't say what stage we have reached because as I said we are in the early stages, and we will provide more information when the process is complete, but as Simba's leadership we are proud to be part of this process, this certainly shows the size we as a team have. ”


Mangungu: 'Ni heshima kwetu kuwa sehemu ya kuanzishwa kwa Afrika Super Ligi'


MWENYEKITI wa klabu ya Simba, Murtaza Mangungu ameweka wazi kuwa Uongozi wa klabu hiyo unajivunia kuwa sehemu ya ushirikishwaji katika mchakato wa kuanza kwa michuano mikubwa ya African Super League.

Michuano hiyo ambayo mwanzo ilitokana na pendekezo la Rais wa Shirikisho la soka duniani, Gian Infantino ambaye alipendekeza kuanzishwa kwa ligi hiyo itakayokuwa na timu 20 za kudumu, huku pia kukiwa na timu ambazo zitakuwa zikipambana kusaka nafasi ya kucheza michuano hiyo.

Rais wa Shirikisho la Soka Afrika, Patrice Motsepe hivi karibuni amesema: “Wamejifunza mengi kuhusu jaribio la Super League ya Ulaya ambalo lilifeli, na ana matumaini makubwa kuwa, kutokana na kujifunza huko watafanikiwa katika mpango wa African Super League.

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