Tanzanian champions Simba SC have officially entered into a partnership with Egyptian giants Al Ahly, the East African club has announced.
The partnership deal will see both clubs work on business and technical agreements.They also revealed that both clubs agreed on building a talent promotion centre that will be managed by Simba.
“CEO, Barbara Gonzalez accompanied by a member of the Board of Directors, Mulamu Nghambi, visited the Al Ahly headquarters in Cairo, Egypt and agreed to work together in the areas of business, technical and player development,” the club said in a statement on Twitter.
“By building a talent promotion centre in cooperation and Al Ahly team is the first station outside of Egypt [Africa] which will be run by Simba and the club.
Al Ahly will also play a friendly with Simba in Dar Es Salaam once they are done with their continental obligations. They face Tunisian side Wydad Casablanca in the CAF Champions league semi-finals next month.