Dar es Salaam. Simba midfielder Said Ndemla will now leave the country tomorrow for Sweden to join AFC Eskilstuna, a second division side, for trials.
Ndemla did not leave for the European country yesterday as earlier announced dur to unavoidable circumstances, accodring to the club’s information officer, Haji Manara.
Ndemla will be the second Tanzanian player to feature for AFC Eskilstuna, who suffered relegation to a lower division a few months ago.
Thomas Ulimwengu, one of the national soccer team’s key players, joined the club after parting ways with DR Congo’s TP Mazembe.
He has, however, featured for the team for only few matches due to a knee injury.
Manara said Ndemla will leave at 3pm and that the club leadership would like to see him impress the Sweden club’s technical ebnch.
He explained that they always support the Msimbazi Reds players seeking greener pastures abrod.
“Ndemla will now leave the country on Thursday (tomorrow) afternoon instead of today (yesterday) due to unavoidable reasons,” Manara told The Citizen.