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Football | Zimbabwe

Dynamos to hold celebration party



In the past two seasons, Harare giants Dynamos have won successive league and cup doubles.

Last season they won the Castle Lager League title and the Mbada Diamonds Cup and went on to repeat that feat this time around.

To honour the coaches, officials and players who made this possible for the club, a celebration is going to be held for all involved.

DeMbare Secretary General Raymond Kazembe tells Supersport.com that the main aim of the party on Friday is to celebrate the achievements of the team. Once the celebrations are over, the club will then turn their focus to the new season where they will again battle for domestic and continental titles.

“We are going to party for all the people involved in the team’s good success,” he said.

“As a team we have done very good in the past two seasons and the party is just to honour all the stakeholders of the team.

“We have to celebrate the success before we can start planning for the next step which is the CAF Champions League and the next season,” Kazembe said.



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