The leadership of Young Africans Sports Club has declared not to interfere their newly contracted Belgian coach Tom Saintfiet in his duties.
Yanga secretary general Celestine Mwesigwa declared the move moments after his club signed a two-year coaching deal last Friday.
He said the club executives and supporters have agreed to give the coach more powers and autonomy to execute his duties without any interference from any member or official.
Mwesigwa said the coach has greed to work to the best of his ability and integrity and achieve the pre-set objectives.
The Yanga official also said both parties have agree to work hard to a achieve goals of the club and the executive will give the coach all the necessary resources and cooperation.
The club executives believe this is the only way which can help to transform the club into professional team, so says the secretary f the club.
The official said Yanga have not given the coach unrealistic targets but expect much from him to shape up the team into a formidable one.
However, the official said Yanga’s prime target is for the coach to maintain good performance in the top flight Mainland premier league soccer that kicks off in September to win a berth in one of the continental berths.
The coach promised to use his experience of coaching African teams to transform Yanga but asked for patience as football success does not come within overnight.
“I know my success will be measured by trophies which my team will win but to build a winning team is not an overnight thing, it takes time for the players to adapt to my coaching system and football philosophies,” he said.
Most of the domestic clubs have been blamed for interfering their coaches during training and choice of line-ups during crucial matches.
Players recruit has also been performed without advice of the coach, a fact that has always led to squabbles between sponsors and the technical staff.