Mainland premiership football league leaders Young Africans are expected to hold a general meeting in Dar es Salaam on December 8.
The club’s secretary general, Lawrence Mwalusako, said the executive committee members are expected to draft agendas to be discussed prior to the meeting.
“We are expecting to hold a general meeting on December 8 as per our annual calendar of events,” said Mwalusako.
“It’s not the right time to provide details of the meeting as our executive committee members are expected to hold a session at the end of this month,” said the club secretary.
Mwalusako said there are various issues to be discussed during the meeting with more emphasis on players’ registration ahead of the second half of the premiership season.
However, the hot debate within the club is rounded on income and expenditures but Mwalusako ducked to detail on this.
Yanga sacked Belgian coach Tom Saintfiet, who was in power for barely 77 days, before installing Dutchman Ernest Brandts. The club had to dish out over 200m/- in terms of compensation for breaching the contract.
The amount dug a huge hole in the club’s financial statement though the outcome is convincing for the members.
Yanga are on top of the standings with 19 points, five more than Azam and six over title holders Simba.