Simon msuva Kufundishwa na Makocha wareno

When Tanzanian striker Simon Msuva returns to his club JS Kabylie, he will meet a new technical bench under Portuguese coach Rui Almeida.

Almeida has been announced as the new coach of Kabylie, taking over from local coach Youcef Bouzid, who announced his departure from the club last month.

Almeida (54) has landed with two of his assistants including assistant coach Pedro Miguel Mimoso and fitness coach Sergio Mauricio Querido.

Msuva, who is in Saudi Arabia with the Taifa Stars team that forced a 1-1 draw against Sudan, will meet the coaches who have started work today.

The good news for Msuva is that Almeida likes to use the 3-5-2 system that the striker has been using in his last two clubs, Wydad Athletic of Morocco and Al Al Qadsiah FC of Saudi Arabia.

Msuva since landing at JS Kabylie under Bouzid who was using the 4-3-3 system did not have a good start in the club that signed him a few months ago.

Simon Msuva 

Full name: Simon Happygod Msuva
Date of birth; 2 October 1993 (age 30)
Place of birth ;Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Height ;1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Position(s); Forward

Simon Happygod Msuva known as Simon Msuva born 2 October 1993 is a Tanzanian professional football player who plays as a forward for the Tanzania national team and JS Kabylie.

Young Africans

  • Tanzanian Premier League: 2012–13, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17
  • Tanzania FA Cup: 2016
  • Community Shield: 2013, 2014, 2015

Wydad AC

  • Botola: 2020–21


  • 2010–2011 Azam FC
  • 2011–2012 Moro United FC
  • 2012–2017 Young Africans SC
  • 2017–2020 Difaâ El Jadida
  • 2020–2021 Wydad AC
  • 2022–2023 Al-Qadsiah FC
  • 2023– JS Kabylie

Js Kabylie

Jeunesse Sportive de Kabylie (in Arabic: شبيبة القبائل, in Kabyle: Ilemẓiyen inaddalen n leqbayel, , known as JS Kabylie or JSK, is an Algerian proficient football club based in Tizi Ouzou. The club is named after the social, common and verifiable locale that’s domestic to the Kabyle Berber individuals talking Kabyle (the letters ⵊ ⵙ ⴽ on the identification are Tifinagh letters for JSK). The club was established in 1946 and its colours are yellow and green. Their domestic stadium, 1 November 1954 Stadium, contains a capacity of 25,000 onlookers. The club is as of now playing within the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1.

JS Kabylie has won the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 title 14 times (record in Algeria), the Algerian Container five times, the Algerian League Container once and the Algerian Super Glass once.

JS Kabylie is the foremost fruitful Algerian club at the African level having won a number of African titles, counting the CAF Champions Association twice, the African Container Winners’ Cup once, the CAF Glass three times and the African Super Container once.[4]

JS Kabylie won the foremost prestigious African competition CAF Champions Association twice in 1981 and 1990.

On the African level, JS Kabylie is the foremost effective Algerian club, but too the one which has played the foremost African competitions matches and as it were one of three clubs in Africa to have won the three diverse African competitions some time recently 2005 (CAF Champions Association, African Glass Winners’ Glass and CAF Cup). According to CAF, this execution positions the club among the ten best African clubs of the 20th century (9th put) and the IFFHS considers JS Kabylie to be one of the most excellent African clubs of the past century, involving the 7th put in its positioning all times combined. JS Kabylie is additionally chosen as the most excellent Algerian club of the 20th century.

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