Somalia Premier League side Mogadishu City Club (MCC) has finally named Tunisian, Mohamed Mistiri Lamjed as the head coach.
The Tunisian was officially unveiled at the club’s offices in Mogadishu city on Wednesday.
The occasion was graced by the club President Abuukar Husein Mohammed, Vice president Abdulakadir Hagi Da ar, Mogadishu city mayor Eng. Abdirahman Omar Osman Yariisow and the club secretary general Mohammed “Muhaa Kampala” Omar Hashi.
Lamjed replaces Ugandan Hussein Mbalangu who resigned on 4th July 2019 after a dismissal performance last season.
He is vastly experienced having handled clubs in Saudi Arabia, Oman, Guinea Bissau and his native Tunisian country.
According to the general secretary Omar, the club is rebuilding and reorganizing their house to be the best in Somalia as they spread wings to the CECAFA region and the rest of Africa.
Last season, Mogadishu City Club finished fourth on the 10 team table standings.
The club will now beef up the playing staff.