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Coach Pasuwa eyes Kadzola



Double winners Dynamos want to reinforce their team ahead of the next season, which starts in March 2013 while they also want to be competitive in the CAF Champions League.

As a start, they have been linked with a move for Motor Action defender Morris Kadzola. Kadzola had a very good season with some sturdy performances at the back for his side, and DeMbare coach Callisto Pasuwa is hoping to lure him to the Glamour boys.

Pasuwa told Supersport.com that they know that there are few players that they are considering at the moment, and admitted that Kadzola is one of them.

“It is better to start preparing early for next season and signing few players to beef up the team is important,” he said.

“We may lose some few players as well as there are teams from other countries that are interested in our players. We will be playing in Africa and to perform well we have to start scouting for more players now. Kadzola is a good player and we have to fight to get his services as other teams also want him,” Pasuwa concluded.

Dynamos enjoyed a fantastic domestic season after managing to edge Highlanders on goal difference to defend the Castle Lager League title before winning the Mbada Diamonds Cup.



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