The Tanzanian U20 Men’s National Team, Ngorongoro Heroes will play two international friendly matches against Morocco and Mozambique.
Tanzania will host the three-nation tournament that runs from 17 March to 21 March 2018 in Dar.
This will be Tanzania’s first action since they last participated in the 2015 U20 African Cup of Nations qualifiers in 2014.
Ngorongoro Heroes will open their account with a clash against Morocco on Saturday, 17 March at the National Stadium in Dar.
Two days later, Morocco will take on Mozambique on Monday at the same venue.
Tanzania’s second and final match of the tournament will be against Mozambique on Thursday, 21 March.
Newly appointed head coach Amy Ninje had earlier selected 40 players who will be trimmed to a final squad of 30 players who will participate in the tournament that is used as preparation for the forthcoming 2019 U20 African Cup of Nations qualifier against DR Congo on 31 March, 2018.
The squad includes most of the players who were part of the U17 National Team that took part in the 2017 U17 African Cup of Nations tournament in Gabon.
The full squad: Ramadhan Kabwili(Yanga ), Abutwalib Mshedi (Mtibwa Sugar), Johny Kwiyenda, Ally Salim (Simba), Kibwana Ally Shomari (Mtibwa Sugar), Ally Hussein Msengi, Enrick Vitalis Nkosi (African Lyon), Dickson Job (Mtibwa Sugar), Assad Juma (Singida United), Said Mussa Bakari (Yanga).
Also incuded; Ally Ng’anzi (Singida United), Kelvin Nashon Naftal (JKT Tanzania), Shaaban Ada (Lipuli, Issa Makamba (Singida United), Mohamed Rashid (Singida United), Marko Gerald (JMK), Cyprian Mtesigwa (Dodoma FC), Muhsin Makame (Njombe Mji), Yohana Mkomola (Yanga ) and Ibrahim Abdallah (Miembeni City).
Abdul Suleiman (Ndanda ), Nickson Kibabage (Njombe Mji), Mussa Najimu (Changanyikeni), Maziku Amani (Makongo), Hamisi Mustafa (Ndanda FC), Samson Myati (Toto Africans), Said Mohamed (Azam FC), Ayoub Mohamed (Yanga SC), Mohamed Mussa (Azam FC), Emanuel Myati(Tz Prisons) na Riffat Hamis(Mtibwa Sugar).
Oscar Masai (Azam FC), Paul Peter (Azam FC), Vitalis Mayanga (African Lyon), Rajab Mohamed (Azam FC), Pontia Ohonya, Maka Anthony (Yanga SC), Israel Mwenda (Alliance), Hance Msonga (Alliance) and Moses Kitandu(Simba).
Tanzania vs Morocco
Saturday, 17 March 2018
Morocco vs Mozambique
Monday, 19 March 2018
Tanzania vs Mozambique
Wednesday, 21 March 2018