Tanzania interim coach Ndairagije Etienne has named a provisional 30-man squad that will be preparing for their World Cup Qualifiers against Burundi.
The first leg of the tie will be staged in Burundi on Monday 2 September with Tanzania hosting the second leg six days later.
In the team is captain Mabanna Sammata who’s the last appearance for the national team was in the 2019 African Cup of Nations where his team finished last in a group that had Kenya, Senegal and Algeria.
There is a place for U17 striker Kevin John so is Farid Musaa who plies his trade in Spain with Tenerife.
Juma Kaseja (KMC), Metacha Mnata (Yanga SC), Beno Kakolanya (Simba SC), Shomary Kapombe (Simba SC), Hassan Kessy (Nkana FC), Gadiel Michael (Simba SC), Mohammed Hussein (Simba SC), Kelvin Yondani (Yanga SC), Idd Moby (Polisi Tanzania), Erasto Nyoni (Simba SC), Abdi Banda (Highlands), Jonas Mkude (Simba SC), Baraka Majogoro (Polisi Tz), Himid Mao (Enppi), Ally N’ganzi (Minnesota)< Abubakar Salum (Azam), Frank Domayo (Azam), Simon Msuva (Al Jadida), Eliuter Mpepo (Buildcon), Mbwana Samatta (Genk), Abdillahie Yussuf (Blackpool), Farid Mussa (Tenerife), Iddy Nado (Azam FC), Kevin John (U17), Ayoub Lyanga (Coastal Union), Shaban Chilunga (Azam), Boniface Maganga (KMC), Hassan Dilunga 9Simba SC), Mohammed Issa (Yanga) and Abdul Aziz Makame (Yanga)