The Tanzanian giants Young Africans SC have confirmed the appointment of Nasreddine Nabi as the club’s new head coach.
This comes after the side parted ways with the Burundian mentor Cedric Kaze last month due to a string of poor results.
The Tunisian tactician joins ‘Yanga’ on an 18-month contract.
Young Africans general secretary Haji Mfikirwa believes that the new man in charge will steer the club into days of glory.
“He is a good coach and we came into the agreement after a long chat. He will be with us on 18 months deal, renewable should he impress,” said Mfikirwa.
“Our club has good ambition and determined to perform well. We will give him all the support he wants to achieve the best for the club.”
Nabi also added that: “I am very happy to be here. ‘Yanga’ is a big team and I believe we will write good memories together during my spell.”
“The remaining time to wind the season is crucial to building the club ahead of the coming season so that we can win trophies in the different tournaments that we will participate in.”
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By FARPost Reporter