Florent Ibenge Aihofia Young Africans International


The coach of the African Confederation Cup champions, RS Berkane of Morocco, Florent Ibenge, has said that he expects to see Young Africans reach further in the international championship next season 2022/23.

Young Africans, who currently hold the Tanzania Mainland Championship, will participate in the African Champions League next season, starting from the preliminary stage that will begin next month.

Ibenge said that Jangwani-Dar es Salaam Club has made a good registration filled with many experienced players, so it will have every reason to fight and go far in the championship.
He said that he knows a large percentage of the players registered at the club and has worked with them while in their country, DR Congo.

"I know a large percentage of the Young Africans players, starting with Fiston Mayele, Yanick Bangala, Djuma Shaban, Jesus Moloko and Joyce Lomalisa, they are great players, they know the International Championship very well, the young people are very competitive, I see this club going far next season,"

"I believe it will not make a mistake for the second time, after ending the previous stage last season, especially after missing some of its players due to the delay in their international transfer permits 'ITC'." Ibenge has said

"Personally, I don't want to meet this club, because I know my young people, they are very bad people when they make their own decisions, when I heard the rumors of Mayele going on strike to return to the team, I felt sorry. I know this player well, he is a very important person to have in the team"

"The main downfall of AS Vita Club is the disintegration of its stars like Fiston Mayele, Yanick Bangala, Djuma Shaban, Jesus Moloko and Lomalisa. When they left the club is dead. I have looked at the added stars, Young Africans and I see them reaching far internationally, I congratulate their leaders." Ibenge has said

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