Azam Football Club striker who has been out due to injury, has returned for training after recovering from his injuries and ready to help his club in the remaining fixtures.
Mbaraka Yusuph was admitted in hospital in South Africa for almost 6 months, has returned to Tanzania. He said he was ready but his doctors suggested that he spend more time in individual training sessions before joining first team training.
” I was already out of injuries and well recovered since the start of the season, but my doctors suggested that I am not allowed to play competitively with others in training. Thus I was training on my own schedules, and now they are satisfied and allowed me to join first team training.
Mbaraka Yusuph also said that it will be difficult to pave his way straight into first eleven but he will work hard to get his spot in there.
” I know it is not going to be easy for me to get into the starting eleven easily, I know I have to work hard to be in there. Also Azam Football Club has many strikers and everyone has great potential and something different,” said Mbaraka Yusuph.
He encouraged the fans to support them in the Vodacom Premier League remaining ten fixtures and Azam Sports Federation Cup.