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Chippa United’s Baraka Majogoro attracts interest from Tanzania

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Exciting transfer news is brewing in the South African Premier League (PSL) as Tanzanian powerhouse Simba SC sets its sights on Chippa United’s midfield maestro, Baraka Majogoro. 

The 26-year-old Tanzanian international has impressed with his dynamic displays in the heart of the Chilli Boys’ midfield, prompting interest from his homeland’s most decorated club.

Majogoro has been a revelation for Chippa United since joining from Tanzanian club Mwadui Suma in 2021. His energetic presence, astute passing, and knack for breaking up play have made him a key cog in coach Morgan Mammila’s system. Majogoro’s influence extends beyond his defensive duties, as his vision and range of passing often spark dangerous attacks for the Chilli Boys.

Simba SC, the former champions of the Tanzanian Premier League, are no strangers to continental football. As they look to snap Young Africans’ stranglehold, they are looking to strengthen their squad. Yanga, their crosstown rivals, have won the league in the last two seasons. They are also on course to retain it as they have won nine out of their 10 fixtures. Yanga trail logs leaders by a point, although they have two games in hand.

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The potential move to Simba SC would be a significant step up for Majogoro. The Tanzanian giants compete in the CAF Champions League, Africa’s premier club competition, and offer a platform to showcase his talent on a continental stage. The prospect of playing alongside established stars like Luis Miquissone and Clatous Chama would undoubtedly appeal to the ambitious midfielder.

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However, Chippa United are unlikely to let their prized asset go without a fight. Majogoro is contracted to the Chilli Boys until 2025, and they would reportedly demand a substantial transfer fee for his services. 

Regardless of the outcome, Majogoro’s transfer saga highlights the growing influence of East African clubs in the South African football landscape. The financial muscle of Tanzanian giants like Simba SC is attracting talented players from the PSL, and this trend is likely to continue in the years to come.

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