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Bosso starting preparations early



Highlanders are not taking much of a break despite their tremendous effort to go 23 games without a loss in the Castle Lager League last season.

In the end, they lost the league title on a goal difference to eventual winners Dynamos.

But, as they eye the opportunity to challenge for trophies next season, they will be starting preparations early – from Monday, 7 January. The league in Zimbabwe starts in March, so that means Bosso will have almost two months of pre-season training.

Coach Kelvin Kaindu, who is still not certain of his future, will assemble the players on Monday and begin work. He said that they want to have early start so that they can see where to improve from last season and ensure that next time around they lift some silverware.

“It is true we had a great season last year but we won nothing,” he said.

“This time around we want to play well and with trophies and mainly the league. So we are starting training on Monday so that we have enough time to train and build a much stronger team this time around,” the Zambian born mentor concluded.



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