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Zuze pleased with trials



Harare side Monomotapa is already planning for 2013 season after a fourth place finish in the just ended season.

the team is already beefing up its squad and held trials for interested players over the weekend at Alex Sports grounds, where coach Biggie Zuze and his assistant George Jojo saw talent that they were impressed with.

Zuze told Supersport.com that the turn up from players was very good and they hope to have more players coming in as the trials continue during the week.

“We had over 100 players who came for trials on the first day and that just shows how many players want to come and play for us,” he said.

“We are mainly looking at players aged between 18 and 23 years who could fit into our system. We have noted some players who will come for a second round of trials from where we hope to come up with a concrete number of players that we can sign for next season.

“We want to start our preparations early for next season so that we do better than we did this season. We finished on position four meaning that if we can do better next season we can improve and fight for the league title and win trophies as well. To do that we should sign players who are good and who will fit in our system – hence these trials,” Zuze concluded.



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