Tanzanian giants Young Africans have welcomed their new coach to the club.
The club’s new head coach Cedric Kaze has arrived in Dar es Salaam today to begin his new job.
The Burundian trainer is replacing Zlatko Krmpotic who was sacked after just 37 days in charge.
“I’m very proud to be the next coach of this historical team, amazing fans, one of the best teams in Africa,” Kaze said.
According to Kawowo Sports, who report on East African football, Kaze comes to Young Africans with the worthy experience having previously handled the Burundi National Teams for the U-17, U-20, U-23 as well as the senior team, covering as many as 70 international matches between 2009 and 2015.
He was awarded the best coach in East and Central Africa in 2012.
He also worked at Barcelona’s Academy as well as FC Edmonton in Canada.
Young Africans is currently third on the table standings after five matches with 13 points collected.
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