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Fiston Mayele Extends Stay With Yanga

Democratic Republic of Congo international Fiston Mayele has signed a two-year extension at Tanzania Premier League side Young Africans Sports Club.

Mayele had signed a two-year contract with the Tanzanian giants in August 2022 and was due to elapse at the end of June before the two parties agreed to renew it for a further year.

The striker, who signed the contract in the company of Yanga president Hersi Said Ally, said that he was looking forward to a great year at the club.

“I will continue to do well and this year 202 and impress Yanga fans and I just ask them to come to the stadium and support the team in numbers,” he said.

Prior to joining Yanga, Mayele used to play for DR Congo giants AS Vita, where he won the 2020/2021 domestic league title with the club.

In his first season at Yanga, Mayele , scored 19 times in 35 appearances across all competitions and missed the Premiership Golden Boot by a one goal.

Meanwhile, Congolese attacker Tuisila Kisinda has rejoined from CAF Confederation Cup champions RS Berkane.

The 22-year-old had left Yanga in August last year in a deal whereby the Moroccan side paid the Citizens $300,000 while his former club Maniema, received 30 percent of the amount.

Yanga had spent $100,000 only  to get Kisinda from Democratic Republic of Congo giants AS Vita where he had played under current Al Hilal coach Flaurent Ibenge.

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