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Muparati set for SA trials



Dynamos are set to lose another player in captain Tawanda Muparati, who is reportedly headed to South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) new boys Chippa United.

The defender, who did very well in the just concluded season, will be travelling to South Africa during the Christmas break for trials.

Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa tells Supersport.com that they are finding it hard at the end of this season, because almost all the players that did well for them en route to a double are on the move to greener pastures.

He said that they will be going into the market very soon to be ready to fill the gaps which will be left by the players who depart.

“Tawanda will be going to South Africa. We have to move fast as well in acquiring other players to join the team so that we are not caught off guard at the start of the season,” he said.

“We wish him all the best in his trials in South Africa and I hope he will make it there,” Pasuwa said.

Dynamos claimed a second consecutive league and cup double last season, edging Highlanders in the league on goal difference before lifting the Mbada Diamonds Cup.



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