Young Africans head coach Luc Eymael has revealed the reason behind signing Ghanaian striker Bernard Morrison.
Ghanasoccernet disclosed last week that the 26-year-old has penned a deal with the Tanzanian outfit.
“I have worked with him, I worked with him at AS Vita and he is a good player, I have also watched him in South African league and he fits the kind of players I need to help Yanga do well,” Eymael told Goal.
Morrison was playing for AshantiGold in the Ghana Premier League before he made the move to Congolese side AS Vita back in August 2015.
After spending a season with AS Vita, Morrison moved on to South African Premier Soccer League outfit Orlando Pirates in July 2016 but left in 2018 after he struggled to make an impact in the team.
Morrison left AshantiGold SC to join DR Congo giants AS Vita Club in August 2015 after an excellent first round campaign in the Ghana Premier League where the Miners went ahead to clinch the ultimate at the end of the season.
The striker also plied his trade with Skyy FC in Ghana before making his way to Tanzania.