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Tanzania giants Young Africans will today morning leave for  Nairobi  ,Kenya where they are set to take on Kenya league defending champions Gor Mahia on Wednesday in a CAF Confederations Cup match at the Moi International Stadium, Kasarani

The 2017 Vodacom league champions will travel without seven key players five of who were newly signed

JKU sensational midfielder Faisal Salum, Jaffart Mohammed, Mrisho Ngassa and Deus Kaseke will all miss the clash in Nairobi despite the names of Ngassa and Kaseke forwarded to CAF. Worse still is the failure of the club to get an ITC for Congolese new import Heretier Makambo despite forwarding his name to CAF.

Surprisingly two main defenders in Kelvin Yondani and Hassan Jesse have decided not to travel with the team to Nairobi until the club Commits to giving them a new improved contract

A depleted Yanga with a point in Group D will play Gor Mahia once again in the return leg a week later at the National Stadium in Dar es salaam.

The team will be under Congolese Mwinyi Zahara who signed in May

Goalkeepers

Youthe Rostand
Beno Kakolanya

Defenders

Juma Abdul
Andrew Vincent ‘Dante’
Abdallah Shaibu ‘Ninja’
Mwinyi Haji Mwingali
Pato Ngonyani
Gadiel Michael

midfielders

Said Juma ‘Makapu’
Said Musa ‘Ronaldo ‘
Juma Mahadhi
Papy Kabamba Tshishimbi
Pius Buswita
Ibrahim Ajib
Geoffrey Mwashiuya
Emmanuel Martin

Strikers

Yohana Oscar Nkomola
Amisi Tambwe

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