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Football | Zimbabwe

Mawiwi hungry for honours



Harare City have made it clear that after finishing 11th last season they want to finish in a much better position in the new campaign.

To do that they aim to build a competitive side which will fight for honours against big guns like champions and domestic cup holders Dynamos, Highlanders, CAPS United and Chicken Inn to mention just a few.

To this end they have recently signed Witness Savanhu from first division outfit DStv Rangers.

City coach Bigboy Mawiwi is confident Savanhu will add value to his unit, and while the team finished a mammoth 34 points behind Dynamos this past term, he is determined to claim silverware for his employers.

“We are in a building process and we can fight for honours with top teams,” Mawiwi said.

“We have signed Witness Savanhu because we know he will add value to the team. We have a young team which is full of energy and that they are hungry for success hence we believe that next season it will be a different story from what we achieved this season,” concluded an ambitious Mawiwi.



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