The governments decision to sack National Stadium manager Rishiankira Urio has drawn mixed reactions from Young Africans and the Tanzania Football Federation, TFF. Yanga, the Kagame Castle Cup champions, expressed their dissatisfaction with the ministry of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports move to fire the manager, urging the government to dissolve the whole National Stadium administration. *The measure taken by the ministry will not help matters, they ought to sack all officials taking care of the stadium, said Yanga secretary general Celestine Mwesigwa.The axe fell on Urio following the power cut that was experienced in the final of this years Kagame Castle Cup bringing together arch-rivals Simba and Yanga at the 60,000-seater venue. It happened shortly before the presentation ceremony, a situation that caused a lot of embarrassment as tournament organisers rushed for a makeshift light from an ambulance to save the day. Mwesigwa added: The manager is not even a technician, so how did he cause the blackout? As Yanga, we want the government to take to task all National Stadium officials.For his part, TFF secretary general Angetile Osiah advised the government to find alternative ways of preventing such an incident from happening again. *I cannot fault the ministry for the decision, but I would like to advise them to find a foolproof alternative to the problem, Osiah said.With the power rationing biting, Osiah said sacking the manager only would not prevent the same shame fom happening. Contacted for comment, Simba Sports Club secretary general Evodius Mtawala could not speak about the Urio sacking, promising to do so later. Mtawala, who is in Turkey, said he does not know anything about the findings of the committee formed by the ministry. ?