Tanzania Miquissone, Ntibazonkiza, Bocco among players released by giants Simba SC

Luis Miquissone

Luis Miquissone became the fourth player to be released by Simba SC as they continue to reshuffle the squad ahead of the local and international 2024/25 season.

Miquissone rejoined Simba from Egypt’s giants Al Ahly on July 22nd last year where he was hired, but found his way back in the country.

According to the statement released through Simba App, he had signed a one-year renewable contract, but his performance has not satisfied the club hence the reason he has been offloaded.

“He first joined us in January 2020 from UD Songo where he was on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns and during that time, his performance was satisfactory and he was loved by many fans.

“In July last year, he returned from Al Ahly where we hired him but still, his performance was not convincing as before, hence, the management has decided not to extend his contract. Since joining us last season, he played 19 Premier League matches; he managed to provide three assistances and scored one goal in Mapinduzi Cup.

“The management is keen to make major improvement of our squad ahead of next season and Miquissone is not part of our plan,” reads the information, while wish- ing him good luck in his new life outside Simba.

The Msimbazi Street-based giants have already cleared three players who are John Bocco, Saidi Ntibazonkiza and Shabani Chilunda. The trio were wished all the best in their new endeavors and were thanked for their positive contributions throughout their stay at the club.

For Bocco, he joined the club in July 2017 from Azam FC and he managed to help Simba win several trophies throughout h i s seven-year stay. For Bocco, he joined the club in July 2017 from Azam FC and he managed to help Simba win several trophies throughout his seven-year stay.

After his departure, on Tuesday, the club extended a farewell hand to Ntibazonkiza who stayed at the club for one and a half year from Geita Gold.

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Dennis Mabuka

Dennis Mabuka is a seasoned Kenyan journalist with 18 years of experience covering sports events. He is currently a sport content creator with en.Africatopsports.com.

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