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Dynamos eye African success



Dynamos will represent Zimbabwe in the next year’s Caf Champions League and have been given the necessary assistance to ensure that things go smoothly.

Knowing that it is tough for the team to travel in Africa for the premier African tournament, one of the football sponsors in the country, Mbada Diamonds, have pledged an amount of US$150 000 for the team to play in Africa.

This comes after the team won the Mbada Diamond Cup, where they won US$100 000 in prize money.

Dynamos general secretary Raymond Kazembe said that they are so grateful to Mbada Diamonds for providing such a generous great gesture to the team and football in general.

He told Supersport.com that they want to go far in the tournament next season, as they now know what to expect from the competition.

“We are so grateful to Mbada Diamonds as they have shown that they love football and they want to see it progress in the country,” he said.

“We will do our best on the field of play to show our gratitude to them. We will want to go beyond just the group stages. “We want to reach the finals this time around. We have the experience now,” Kazembe said.



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