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Pasuwa set for SA attachment



As Dynamos prepare for the Caf Champions League, the Zimbabwe Castle Lager League champions want their coach Callisto Pasuwa to be well equipped and they are sending him on an attachment to a top team in South Africa.

Chairman Kenny Mubaiwa told Supersport.com that they don’t want to mention which team at the moment, but says that talks are at an advanced stage.

He said they want to send him to a team that is doing well in South Africa so that he can learn how they do things at the club, and so that he can gain some valuable information that would help him and the club continue moving forward.

“We want Callisto to learn from our friends in South Africa. Football is about learning from each other and we are part of a football fraternity that believes that sharing knowledge helps develop the game,” he said.

“As for us, it will help our coach as he prepares for the Caf Champions League in February,” Mubaiwa said.

Pasuwa has enjoyed tremendous success with DeMbare so far, having guided the team to a historic second consecutive double this season – after seeing off Highlanders on goal difference in the league before lifting the Mbada Diamonds Cup.



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