Goalkeepers: Mwarami Mohamed, Shaaban Hassan Kado, and Shabani Dihile.
Defenders: Nadir Haroub Canavaro, Salum Sued, Kelvin Yondani and David Naftal, Erasto Nyoni, Shadrack Nsajigwa, Juma Jabu and Stephen Mwasika.
Midfielders: Juma Said Nyosso, Ibrahim Mwaipopo, Nurdin Bakari, Henry Joseph, Abdulahhim Homoud, Nizar Khalfan, Abdi Kassim, Kigi Makasi, Shaban Nditi, Samatta Mbwana.
Forwards: Danny Mrwanda, Mussa Hassan Mgosi, Jerryson Tegete, Mrisho Ngassa, Yusuf Soka, Zahoro Pazi, John Bocco.
Meanwhile, James Momanyi has reported on the Goal.com that, the Taifa Stars' coach, has said he will stay in charge of the team until July next year to conclude his contract. Maximo said that though the contract gives room for either party to terminate it, he has no plans to leave before July.
"When I came here, I had plans to ensure that Taifa Stars play at the highest level possible. I am happy that we have achieved that partly, ...now that we have missed out a chance in the Africa Cup of Nations finals in Angola next year, I would like to remain and guide the team to qualify for Africa finals for players in the domestic leagues in Sudan. ...I had promised Tenga (TFF president) and President Jakaya Kikwete that I would not depart until the country qualifies for CHAN, and I would live to that promise" he told the Daily News.
He admitted that the national team's performance this year has not been good but "not too bad" despite the fans disquiet.