Bahati Vivier – Azam FC will do everything to revenge against Simba

Azam FC assistant coach Bahati Vivier claims that his side will do whatever it takes to eliminate Simba SC from the FA Cup.

The two giants were pooled together in the draw which was conducted on Friday in Dar es Salaam.

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This will be the third time this season for the two teams to meet with the first two won by Simba SC 1-0 and 3-2 consecutively.

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Azam FC will face off with Simba SC in the quarterfinals of the competition

“We have followed the draw and we are coming up against Simba who are leading the league table.

“The match will definitely be difficult and I am sure all teams will fight to sail through,” Bahati Vivier said before adding.

“I am sure we will prepare our team well, we will be up to the task to handle them.”

“We have met against Simba twice in the league and they won twice, but this will not be a league match but a knockout battle.”

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Azam targets revenge against Simba SC

“Our main target is to revenge against them, we must beat them after they managed to win twice in the league.”

“We don’t fear them, we will be ready for them and I know we will knock them out,” Bahati Vivier added.

Azam targets FA Cup victory

The Chamazi-based side are aiming at winning this competition in order to represent Tanzania in the Caf Confederation Cup next season.

They are currently 17 points below table leaders Simba who are on 71 points and they look set to win the league.

In fact, Simba SC need just four wins from the remaining games to seal title victory.

Elsewhere, four-time champions Yanga SC will play Kagera Sugar in another quarter-final match.

Second-tier side Sahare All-Stars have a tough game against Ndanda SC while Namungo will battle off with Alliance.

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Herman Nnyanzi 'The Analyst' is a Ugandan multimedia sports journalist who started his career in 2017. He has a genuine strong love for sports and expertise, especially football. Contact me on +256704472629 or +256786403603

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