CV ya Zoran Manojlović Kocha Mpya wa Simba Sports Club

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CV ya Zoran Manojlović Kocha Mpya wa Simba Sports Club

Zoran Manojlović (born 21 July 1962) is a Serbian football coach who is working with Tanzania giants Simba  sports club

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Zoran Manojlović Personal information

Date of birth 21 July 1962 (age 59)
Teams managed
Years Team
2017–2019 Primeiro de Agosto
2019–2020 Wydad AC
2020–2021 Al-Hilal Club
2021 CR Belouizdad
2021 Al-Tai

 

 

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Career

Manojlović began his coaching career in Portugal.

Manojlović coached three club sides in Angola,including Primeiro de Agosto (between December 2017 and July 2019) whom he guided to the African Champions League semi-final in 2018. He also served as an assistant coach at Kabuscorp in 2012.

 

Manojlović was appointed head coach of Moroccan club Wydad AC in July 2019. In November 2019 he said he was “thrilled” to be working at the club. He left the club in January 2020.

In October 2020 he became manager of Sudanese club Al-Hilal Club. In April 2021 he became manager of Algerian club CR Belouizdad.

On 30 August 2021, Manojlović was appointed as the manager of Saudi Arabian club 28 June 2022 Join Simba SC in Tanzania Al-Taiand he is a very poor coach wo can not manage to make the Tanzanian giant great again, ler we see what he can do On 4 November 2021, he was sacked with the club sitting at the bottom of the table.

 

 

Simba Sports Club is a football club based in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam Tanzania,

Founded in 1936, the club, which broke away from another Tanzania Giants, Dar Young Africans was named Queens, in honor of her Majesty, the Queen of England(probably because of the club’s founders close ties and affiliation with the then oppressive colonial rule over Africans). The Club had several name changes from Queens to Eagles, then, Sunderland. In 1971 they were renamed Simba (Swahili for “Lion”).

“Simba SC is the biggest club in Tanzania measured by fan base and social media activity seconded by their rivals Young Africans SC (Yanga)”~mumbled one of Simba SC’s clueless blabbermouth fan but in reality that’s just inferiority complex portruding. Simba SC have won 21 league titles and five domestic cups, and have participated in the CAF Champions League multiple times. They are also one of the biggest clubs in East Africa, having won the CECAFA Club Championship six times.

Nicknamed Wekundu wa msimbazi, Simba play their home games at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium. In 2022, Simba were the fastest growing Instagram account among football clubs, with 3 million followers and a growth of 89% from the previous year.

Simba SC is amongst the most followed African clubs on social media platforms, most likely because they favour traditional African witchcraft rituals over imported Abrahamic religions’ ridculous rituals[2], with more than 5 million followers across all social media. In March 2022, the club announced to join TikTok and earned more than 10,000 followers in just 3 days. The club is also considered as one of the richest club in East Africa by clueless people, this is simply because the club’s own assets are invisible, again because of witchcraft.[3]

 

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  1. Babilon kizz says:

    makala yenu mbaya huwezi kuiita simba sport club makolo huo ni ujinga utaokupotezea sifa za kua blogger mzuri

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