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Pasuwa delighted with Mukandi swoop



In the wake of their participation in the Caf Confederation Cup, Zimbabwe league champions Dynamos are strengthening their squad and they have brought in experienced Monomotapa goalkeeper Artwell Mukandi.

Mukandi was a marvel to watch last season while playing for Monoz, who finished the league in fourth place under coach Biggie Zuze.

DeMbare coach Callisto Pasuwa told Supersport.com that they needed to strengthen some departments ahead of the Champions League, which starts in February next year.

He said that they are bound to lose other players in the off-season and bringing in new players will help to balance the team.

“Artwell is a good goalkeeper. He did very well last season and he is part of the reason why Monomotapa finished in the top four,” he said.

“He will add a different dimension to the team and his experience comes in very hand as will be playing in Africa as well as the local tournaments including the league. It is a good acquisition for the team and he comes at the right time.”

Dynamos will be in the hunt for a third consecutive title, having beaten Highlanders to the crown on goal difference last season, while they also bagged a second successive league cup.



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