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Harare City sign striker Mukuradare



Harare City have bolstered their squad by signing striker Osborne Mukuradare from Monomotapa as they look ahead to next season, which starts in March.

Coach Bigboy Mawiwi further revealed that there are other players he has his eye on ahead of the new campaign.

Mukuradare is well remembered for his goal-scoring prowess while at Monoz, which included his eye-catching hat-trick against Highlanders for their only loss in the league last term.

Mawiwi told Supersport.com that they want to challenge their Harare rivals Dynamos for the league title next season and to do that they have to have a strong team.

“We need a team that we challenge for honours,” said Mawiwi. “We have to fight for as many trophies as we can and we are building a team that will be able to go all out in the new season and be counted amongst the top teams in the Castle Lager League.

“We have what it takes to do that and we are grateful for the support from the management and the board,” added Mawiwi.

Harare City finished the year in 11th spot in the standings with 35 points from 30 games – 34 points behind champions Dynamos.



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