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Football | Zimbabwe

CAPS sign Chungwa



In an effort to boost their team ahead of the new season, CAPS United have signed top striker from Division One side Hippo Valley, Dominic Chungwa.

Last season, the Green Machine didn’t do very well and they want to have a strong fight for the league title this coming season – hence the reason for them signing new players.

Team chairman Twine Phiri told supersport.com that they have finalised the Chungwa deal but they are also looking at other players to beef up the team. He said the team wants to bring back their glory days this season by bringing in some top talent to give them something extra.

“We signed Chungwa and we are happy to have the player here,” he said.

“We will continue looking for more players to beef up the team. It won’t be easy but with the players we have and the ones we want to sign I believe we will have a great team next season,” Phiri concluded.

CAPS finished in 10th place on the league table after 30 games last season, having won 10, lost 11 and drawn nine of their 30 league games.

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