The Msimbazi giants have openly stated that they will support Caf’s initiative to start a Super League
Simba SC has confirmed that it supports the new initiative of the Confederation of African Football to start an African Super League.
Caf president Patrice Motsepe revealed on June 20 that he had given the green light for an African Super League.
Simba club chairperson Murtaza Mangungu has made it clear that the club’s leadership is proud to be part of the process and will support it to get started.
What was said?
“Regardless of the Super League, it is currently difficult to talk about anything because we are in the early stages of negotiating about it,” Mangungu told the club. Official Website.
“At the moment we can not say what stage we have reached, because as I said, we are in the early stages, and we will provide more information when the process is complete, but as Simba’s leadership we are proud to to be part of this. process it definitely shows the size we have as a team. ‘
What Motsepe said about the Super League
Confirming the tournament, Motsepe said in a previous interview: ‘We are considering and in preliminary discussions an inclusive and broadly supportive and beneficial Caf African Super League.
“We have followed the top efforts of European clubs to establish a Euro Super League and will learn from their experience and pitfalls.”
In proposing the Super League, Infantino said the new competition would only involve Africa’s biggest clubs, and its aim was to make it the best league in Africa.
Simba are currently racing for the fourth consecutive season to the Premier League in the mainland, and they will be crowned if they draw a draw against Coastal Union at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium on Sunday.