French strategist apologizes to fans after losing to rivals in flight collision
Didier Gomes du Rosa, the coach of Simba SC, has claimed full responsibility for the team’s 1-0 defeat against rivals Yenga SC in the Cricket Derby.
On Saturday, the militant companies gained the upper hand after defeating their hosting rivals, with more than 30,000 fans in attendance at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium, including Tanzanian President Samia Saluho Hassan.
Zavidi Maya’s first-half goal assured Yanga of a delay in winning the fourth straight title at the Simba Games and now they will have to wait and win their next league assignment against KMCFC to clinch the title.
The French strategist, who suffered his first defeat since joining Simba during the derby, said the aim His accusations played badly in the first half and that’s why he was falling behind and losing the game.
What has been said?
“I am sorry to lose to my opponents Yanga because I did not expect to see such results for my players as well as the entire team,” said Da Rosa. the aim.
“I am ready to accept responsibility for my coaching position in this matter, because it is not a good thing to lose a big match like this in which if we had won there would have been a lot of things.
“In the first half, we played at a lower level which spent a lot of time watching Yang, but my aspects surprised me.
“We got the chance to score one more thing but my players failed to use them properly and made the players of the opposing team confident.”
What happens next for Simba?
However, Da Rosa said he would focus on the rest of the Premier League games to achieve his goal of relieving the pain of Simba fans and members by winning his fourth consecutive league title.
“We will be strong for the KMC match, to win against Coastal Union, Azam FC and Nimongo FC along with three other games so that we can achieve our goal of winning the title.”
In the standings, Simba is still top with 73 points while Yanga is second with 70 points.
Yanga has played a total of 32 matches while Simba has played 30, and the Membazi giants need only three points from their remaining four matches to be declared champions again.