The management of Tanzanian Premier League outfit Simba SC has suspended two players – Nassor Kapama and Clatous Chama – on disciplinary grounds.
A statement shared through the club’s official social media pages confirmed the decision on Thursday. The statement further confirmed the duo will be summoned to face the club’s disciplinary committee for further action to be taken.
“The club’s leadership has suspended two midfielders, Clautos Chama and Nassor Kapama due to misconduct,” said the statement, adding: “Following these actions, the players will be sent to the disciplinary committee for further disciplinary measures. Simba has had a procedure to send the disciplinary committee to the players so that they too will be given a chance to be heard before further action is taken against them.
“The management would like to remind its employees to adhere to the principles of ethics and discipline as the club will not hesitate to take action against anyone who is proven to go against the procedure.”
In another development, Simba has established a 20-member Advisory Board to be chaired by retired judge Thomas Mihayo. It will be responsible for advising the management of Simba and its members are ex-Simba players who are a big asset for the development of the club.