Simba SC head coach Sven Vandenbroeck has revealed that he has no personal issues with forward Ibrahim Ajibu.
This followed striker’s suspension after reporting to camp late but was admitted back on Monday June 1 to train.
The ‘Wekundu wa Msimbazi’ are in preparations for the league’s restart this month.
The 40-year-old Belgian tactician claims that the disciplinary action taken against the player will just make him a better player.
“Ajibu has resumed training and is determined to get back to his best in a competitive environment,” Sven Vandenbroeck told reporters after Tuesday’s session.
“The action taken against him was meant to make him a better player. Every player has to remain disciplined and it is what we have installed at Simba,” he added.
Sven Vandenbroeck explains why he paired Ajibu with Kahatta in training
Sven Vandenbroeck also explained the reason why Ibrahim Ajibu was paired with Kenya international Francis Kahata during the sessions.
“The two reported in training on Monday for the first time, so we had to pair them together and do some sessions before joining other players.”
“However, they did good and will see what happens in the forthcoming sessions,” he added.
The Tanzania Premier League Board released the fixtures for the top tier, starting from June 13.
Mwadui FC will host 27-time champions Yanga Africans at Kambarage Stadium in the opening tie.
The second match will see Coastal Union host third-place chasing Namungo FC at Mkwakwani Ground.
Simba SC will host Ruvu Shooting at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on June 14th.
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