Donald Ngoma may leave Azam FC at the end of the season. News coming from Tanzanian Premier League says that Azam FC striker Donald Ngoma’s future at the club is hanging in balance as his contract is about to expire.
Azam FC CEO Abdulkarim Amin has confirmed that they are not sure whether the Zimbabwean striker will be at the club for next season and are now waiting for recommendations from coach Aristica Cioaba.
“It is true his contract is ending soon but, for now, we are waiting for the coach to name which players he wants to keep and who should be let go. All the decisions will be made by him,” Amin was quoted by Daily News.
What you need to know about Donald Ngoma
Donald Dombo Ngoma was born on September 23rd 1989. He is a Zimbabwean who plays forward for Tanzanian club Azam FC and the Zimbabwe national team.
His career started with a short spell with Monomotapa United in 2011, before he made the move to Platinum in 2012.
During his time with Platinum he has won four trophies, including the Zimbabwean Independence Trophy twice.
He joined Young Africans of Tanzania in 2015, wis debut season with Young Africans ended with a trophy as the club won the 2015–16 Tanzanian Premier League.
While at Yanga, he formed a lethal striking pattern with Amis Tambwe and Obrey Chirwa who together helped the Jangwani based club to win titles.
He eventually joined Azam in 2018 but this move saw his playing time limited due to frequent injuries he picked up.
Azam are placed second on the table with 54 points from 28 games, 16 points adrift of league leaders Simba SC who have garnered 71 points after playing a similar number of matches.