WELCOME "KARIBU" TO ORANGE FOOTBALL ACADEMY ZANZIBAR

WELCOME "KARIBU" TO ORANGE FOOTBALL ACADEMY ZANZIBAR

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MUDATHIR YAHYA

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SEIF ABDALLA "karihe"

SEIF ABDALLA "karihe"

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Thursday, 11 June 2009

BRASIL, ITALY TO HONE TANZANIA

TANZANIA NATIONAL TEAM "TAIFA STARS"
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"TAIFA STARS" TANZANIA
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"SELEƇAO" BRASIL
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"TAIFA STARS" TANZANIA NATIONAL TEAM
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"AZZURRI" ITALIA
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) in collaboration with the government has invited European and South American teams to lock horns with the national team, Taifa Stars. Deputy Minister of Information, Sports and Culture Joel Bendera, named Italy and Brazil as the most likely teams to test Taifa Stars. Bendera said the TFF has already requested international friendly matches with the highly ranked teams in the world. According to him, the coming of such teams would give the Taifa Stars players maximum exposure and promote the ultramodern National Stadium. He cited the recent Vancouver Whitecaps tour as one of the most successful tours in Tanzanian soccer. "Our stadium has world class qualities, thus we have to promote it to become one of the 2010 World Cup's training venues," said Bendera. The minister pointed out that they were working relentlessly to make sure the 60,000-seater National Stadium becomes popular all over the world. Bendera also urged local clubs to strengthen their teams so that the national team gets well-trained players. "If our teams are weak then having a strong national team becomes a pipedream," he said. "They have to establish youth academies from which talented youngster will blossom,"the minister added. Meanwhile, the world soccer governing body (Fifa) has threatened to take strict measures against all players who used energy stimulants. Disclosing this warning, TFF president Leodgar Tenga, said the players who used cannabis and other prohibited drugs would soon be punished. "I urge all players in the country to avoid such drugs�they don�t help in this world of science and technology," he said. "No club will be interested to buy a drug user, so if they want to have glittering soccer careers they should avoid the drugs," the president advised. However, the TFF official said there was no single Tanzanian player tested drug positive. He urged the respective clubs to monitor their players and punish those who would be caught smoking bhang.
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