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Dynamos thanks sponsors

Dynamos have won a league and cup double in two consecutive seasons and they have contributed their success to their main sponsors BancABC.

DeMbare Secretary General Raymond Kazembe told Supersport.com that stability had been brought about by the club’s major sponsor, who has been paying the players and coaches’ salaries in the last two seasons.

He said that the sponsorship helped the club’s management, board of directors, the team and their multitude of supporters to come together and remain focused on their top-flight assignments.

“They have been there for all to see as we have fought hard and won every major title that has been on offer in the last two years,” he said.

“They have helped us settle the other matters while they have been with the team. The sponsors have really helped us and we worked hard to be where we are right now. He added that they are thankful to the sponsors, who have helped them participate in the Orange CAF Champions League and then the CAF Confederations Cup.

“They made our work easy because we knew that we won’t be stranded when travelling in Africa and all that is because of their continued support,” Kazembe concluded.


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