Adel Amrouche names Tanzania’s 25-man squad for AFCON 2023

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Adel Amrouche names Tanzania’s 25-man squad for AFCON 2023

Head coach of the Taifa Stars, Adel Amrouche, has revealed his final 25-man squad for the 2023 AFCON. Skipper Samatha Mbwana headlines the squad.

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Head coach of the Taifa Stars, Adel Amrouche, has revealed his final 25-man squad for the 2023 AFCON.

Skipper Samatha Mbwana headlines the squad.

Young Africans have 6 players, Simba has 4 and Azam also has 4 players on the list.

The team also has Simon Msuva of JS Kabylie, Yanga’s Bakari Mwamnyeto, Simba SCs striker Kibu Denis and Abdul Suleiman of Azam.

The squad in full

Goalkeepers

Kwesi Kawawa (Karlsunds)
Beno Kakolanya (Singida Fountain Gate)
Aishi Manula ( Simba)
Metacha Mnata (Yanga SC)

Defenders

Ibrahim Baca (Yanga)
Mohammed Hussein ( Simba)
Bakari Nwamnyeto (Yanga)
Dickson Job (Yanga)
Miano Danilo (Vallen CF)
Abdul Malik Zakaria (Namungo FC)
Lusajo Mwaikenda (Azam)
Novatus Dismas ((Shakhtar Donetsk)
Abdi Banda (Richards Bay)
Haji Mnoga (Aldershot)

Midfielders

Himid Mai ( El Gaish SC)
Feisal Salum ( Azam FC)
Mudathir Yahya ( Yanga)
Twariq Abdillahi (Telford United)
Morice Abraham ( RFK Novi Sad)
Mzamiru Yasin (Simba SC)
Kibu Denis ( Simba)
Tarryn Allarakhia ( Wealdstone)
Sospeter Bajana (Azam)
Khleffin Hamdoun (Muscat Club)
Mohammed Omar (Boreham Wood)

Forwards

Cyprian Kachwele ( Vancouver)
Ben Starkie ( Ilkeston Town)
Abdul Suleiman (Azam)
Mbwama Samatha (PAOK)
Simon Msuva (JS Kabylie)
Charkes M’Mombwa (Macarthur FC)

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