20 November 2012

Rwanda: Ndoli Tops Simba's Transfer List

APR and Amavubi Stars' number one goalkeeper Jean Claude Ndoli is a transfer target for Tanzanian Vodafone Premier League champions Simba, Times Sport has learnt.

According to sources, Simba held an emergency Executive Committee meeting in Dar es Salaam last week led by the club Chairman, Ismail Aden Rage, and among the issues discussed was the signing of the APR custodian.

Rage was quoted in Tanzanian media saying that the club is considering signing Ndoli to replace the long-serving Juma Kaseja, who has "requested for time out to recover from wrath of irate fans", who accused him to have sabotaged the team in a 2-0 loss to Mtibwa Sugar last weekend.

Ndoli confirmed Simba's interest, "I have heard their request but they should first contact APR. I don't have any problem playing in Tanzania, but at the moment I'm an APR player."

"I am ready to talk to them if they are interested, but my main focus right now is on the upcoming Cecafa Challenge Cup," added the former Police FC shot-stopper.

Simba surrendered the Mainland Premier League lead to rivals Yanga after a dreadful performance in their last five matches in which, they managed only one win and two draws.

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