|Full name||Mrisho Khalfani Fyade Ngasa|
|Date of birth||5 May 1989|
|Place of birth||Mwanza, Tanzania|
|Height||1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)|
|Playing position||Winger, Forward|
|2012–2013||→ Simba (loan)|
|2015–2016||Free State Stars|
|2017–2018||Mbeya City F.C.|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 20 February 2016|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 14 November 2015
In April 2009, Ngasa was invited for a trial with English Premier League side West Ham United. On 21 May 2010, Ngassa joined Azam FC for $40,000 from Young Africans . At then it was the biggest transfer move in Tanzanian football but the record is currently broken. In July 2011, Ngassa went on trial with Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer and came on as a substitute against Manchester United in a friendly match.
At the beginning of August 2012, Ngasa signed for Simba. However, it was only on loan.
After the completion of the 2012–13 Tanzanian Premier League season, after his contract with Azam FC had expired Ngassa signed a two-year contract with the current Tanzania Premier League and Cup champions Young Africans on 20 May 2013.
In 2015,Ngasa signed a 4 year-contract with Free State Stars a South African-based club from Tanzanian giants Young Africans He did not have a successful carrier at the club,he signed for Fanja SC in Oman. In 2016 Ngasa signed a 2-year contract with Tanzanian-based club Mbeya City S.C. Ngasa is currently playing for Ndanda FC,which is also based in his home country Tanzania.
He was the top scorer in the 2009 CECAFA Cup with five goals as Tanzania finished fourth in the tournament. He is one of the top scorers of 2014 CAF champions league with two hat tricks making a totality of six goals.
|1.||1 December 2006||Addis Ababa Stadium, Addis Ababa||2006 CECAFA Cup|
|2.||11 October 2008||Uhuru Stadium, Dar es Salaam||2010 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|3.||7 January 2009||Nakivubo Stadium, Kampala||2008 CECAFA Cup|
|4.||13 January 2009||Mandela National Stadium, Kampala||2008 CECAFA Cup|
|5.||1 December 2009||Mumias Sports Complex, Mumias||2009 CECAFA Cup|
|6.||4 December 2009||Mumias Sports Complex, Mumias||2009 CECAFA Cup|
|7.||8 December 2009||Nyayo National Stadium, Nairobi||2009 CECAFA Cup|
|10.||3 March 2010||CCM Kirumba Stadium, Mwanza||Friendly|
|11.||1 May 2010||Uhuru Stadium, Dar es Salaam||Friendly|
|12.||11 August 2010||Uhuru Stadium, Dar es Salaam||Friendly|
|13.||9 February 2011||Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium, Dar es Salaam||Friendly|
|14.||11 November 2011||Stade Omnisports Idriss Mahamat Ouya, N'Djamena||2014 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|15.||8 December 2011||Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium, Dar es Salaam||2011 CECAFA Cup|
|16.||15 August 2012||Molepolole Stadium, Molepolole||Friendly|
|17.||1 December 2012||Lugogo Stadium, Kampala||2012 CECAFA Cup|
|22.||22 December 2012||Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium, Dar es Salaam||Friendly|
|23.||7 December 2013||Mombasa Municipal Stadium, Mombasa||2013 CECAFA Cup|
|25.||29 March 2015||CCM Kirumba Stadium, Mwanza||Friendly|
Ngasa is the son of Khalfan Ngasa, a former Tanzanian international footballer who played as a midfielder. Ngassa is among of talented players in Tanzania who impressed many coaches and scouts around the world, among of famous coaches who was impressed by his Talent was Francisco Zola the former chelsea and Italian national team player who was work as manager in West Ham United F.C. he impressed by talent of Mrisho Ngassa and he called him for training
- Young Africans
- Tanzanian Premier League: 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14
- Tusker Cup: 2007, 2009
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