JULIO: “Ngorongoro Heroes We Are Strong We Are Going To Compete And Not Participate”
The coach of the national U-20 team (U20) Tanzania “Ngorongoro Heroes” JamhuriKihwelo spoke to reporters on February 1, 2021 at the TFF conference hall on the team’s preparations for the AFCON finals to be held. in Mauritania.
Jamhuri said his team is in good shape and well prepared for the tournament and he believes they will get good results, as the youngsters have had enough time to practice from camping in Arusha at the Ngurudoto Hotel for ten days and then move to Dar. es salaam at the Tiffany Hotel where they are still preparing for the tournament.
The coach went on to emphasize that although this is the first time for the U20 national team to get a chance to participate in such a major tournament, it is still not a shocking thing as he believes in his abilities and the potential of his squad as well.
He also thanked best online sports betting, the leadership of the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) for the great efforts they are making in ensuring that these youth teams continue to perform well at home and abroad; as the basis for finding the best national team is to start developing and developing young talents which the TFF manages and implements with all its might.
However, the coach did not hesitate to give a word to Tanzanians who mock national teams or players selected by coaches to form those teams and asked them to stop doing so and instead support and pray for the good of those teams that are working hard to represent the nation. Julio “said when it comes to national teams then nationalism and patriotism starts first before other things and if all Tanzanians are one in helping and motivating national teams will certainly continue to do well and fly the Tanzanian flag around the world”.
The Afcon finals for the under-20 teams are expected to start on
February 14, 2021 in Mauritania where the Tanzanian team is in Group C which
includes Ghana, Gambia and Morocco.
Opening the seminar Wallace Karia thanked the chairpersons of
various participating Premier League clubs in Tanzania Mainland and the Islands
for setting aside their time and agreeing to attend the seminar; as
previously it was not easy to get such a good attendance this season and that
he believes that through the coaches who will provide the training will bring
motivation in the performance of all clubs in Tanzania.
In addition, he explained that the main goal of the (TFF) in collaboration with the Tanzania Premier League Board (TPLB) is to build and enhance the capacity of chairpersons of major league clubs to run football professionally and effectively; as the game of football has changed from the players to its operation that is why they insist that the licensing criteria of the clubs be observed and followed so that the game of football can continue further in Tanzania as it is in the first world (Developed Countries).