Any fan in the world football today would like to see his club a win couple of trophies in the end of season, and that is the success regardless of how the team plays, or what slot of players are there.
Azam Football Club fans are proud of their team for having one of the great season as they won three trophies out of four competitions.
Azam FC through their Instagram account posted about their successful season.
What a remarkable season for Azam FC as they won three trophies out of four competitions.
They started the season by winning the CECAFA Kagame Cup for the second time in a row, and their striker Shaaban Chilunda emerged top scorer with eight goals. This was the first trophy and gold medal to them.
January 13, they become Champions again, this time they won Mapinduzi Cup after beating Simba Sc in the final. This was their third Mapinduzi Cup trophy in a row, and making them winning it five times, and become the first club to win Mapinduzi Cup many times than any other club. This was the second trophy in the season for them.
The third trophy was lifted in June 2, as they defeated Lipuli FC, in the Azam Sports Federation cup final, the trophy winning goal was scored by Obrey Chirwa.
Azam FC only trophy that they missed is the premier league title, as they finished at third place behind Yanga Sc. Azam FC will be participating in CECAFA Kagame Cup, that will commence in July, Kigali, Rwanda.
Azam FC will be in CAF Confederation Cup this season, as they won Azam Sports Federation Cup.
Will they have a remarkable season as they did last season?
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