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Dynamos plan China trip



Zimbabwe PSL Castle League Champions and Mbada Cup winners Dynamos have planned a training camp in China.

The team is the only representative for the country in the next year’s CAF Champions League and they are planning to improve on their performance from last term.

According to chairman, Kenny Mubaiwa, the trip has been proposed for late December and early January as the Champions League starts in February.

Mubaiwa said that this time around they want to have good preparations and avoid what happened in the last Champions League campaign, where they were knocked out 7-1 by Tunisian club Esparance.

“Yes we are planning a trip to China and it is being planned by our stakeholders. I think it will be a great pre-season for the team for both the local season and the African Champions League,” he said.

“We have done well locally and we want to take that form to Africa, and to do it is by having good preparations. We can’t say which teams we will be playing against in China right now but we will organise top teams from there so that we have great training,” Mubaiwa concluded.



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