Tusker FC striker Ibrahim Joshua has been handed his maiden call up to the Tanzania national team ahead of their friendlies later this month.

Joshua moved to Tusker last year from Tanzania outfit Ken Gold FC and has been a consistent member of the Robert Matano squad where he has chipped in with seven for his club this season.

It is still not clear the opponents Taifa Stars will be up against in the FIFA window but Joshua will be delighted to be with a group of players that have consistently represented the colors of the national team.

The team has notable names in captain Mbwana Sammatta who currently plies his trade with Belgian side Antwerp, midfielder Simon Msuva of Morocco’s Wydad, youngster Kelvin John of Belgium’s Genk with the local contingent majorly being picked from Yanga SC and Simba.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here