Abdulkarim Amin, CEO of Azam FC speaking to kick442.com

By Giovanni Wanneh
Sports Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon

After his team’s 100 percent start to the 2020-2021 Vadacom Premier League (VPL) campaign, Abdulkarim Amin, CEO of Azam FC discussed reasons for the East African nation’s abrupt success in selling its championship across the African continent.

Tanzania is surging through to the peak with a top-notch VPL, coupled with an exquisite brand of football that has won the hearts of many courtesy of lovable displays on the biggest stages:(CAF CL, and CAF CC) despite their teams falling short of glory when it matters.

Following his Club’s two-nil win against Coastal Union in match-day two of the 2020-2021 season played on Friday, an overwhelmed Abdulkarim Amin was quizzed on the rapid growth of the championship and he had these to say;

‘Our league in Tanzania is becoming more and more efficient. The fans like football a lot.

‘For example, our match day two game was supposed to start at 7:00 pm, but the stadium was filled hours before. Same obtains for Simba and Yanga. People are crazy about football here to say the very least’, finished Abdulkarim Amin.

The emblematic president opined that grounds are filled during festivals of Simba, Yanga and Azam FC itself, with very enthusiastic fans, justifying the new investment and attention on the VPL.

Prince Dube on the ball for Azam FC 

For a team that gained promotion to the Premier League in the 2008-2009 season, Abdulkarim and co have faired more than well winning the league in 2014, and having played several CAF club competitions.

A continuous improvement will without a shadow of doubt see Azam FC or any other Tanzanian Club lift either the CAF CL or CAF CC pretty soon.

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