Win against your ex-club? Not everyone really likes his or her ex, especially when fired. In Zanzibar, Miembeni beat Jang’ombe, but there will still be talking about Miembeni’s coach. After the game, he went out for the fans of the opposing party, with his pants on his knees.
Miembeni against Jang’ombe. A match in the middle bracket of the Zanzibar Premier League, Tanzania. Not a particular party in itself, but for the Miembeni coach, Mani Gamera. He used to coach Jang’ombe but was fired.
Whether he has processed that dismissal properly is questionable. After concluding, he celebrated Miembeni’s victory very exuberantly for the supporters of the opponent. He made some obscene gestures and even took off his trouser. He then continued to celebrate with his players.
“They rejected me by calling me a monkey. Today the monkey takes the clothes off. And there is nothing they can do about it. I am their husband and I am their father,” said Gamera after the game.
“In Zanzibar coach, Mani Gamera of Miembeni has been suspended for six months and fined circa $200 after his celebrations in his side’s 1-0 win over his former employers Jang’ombe,” Salim Masoud twitted.
The action of the Mani Gamera, manager of Tanzanian side Miembeni, is not welcomed. He has been suspended for six months and with fined $200 after the mocking celebrating against his former team Jang’ombe