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Triangle eye trio

Newly promoted Premier Soccer League side Triangle FC have are set to sign three experienced players.

Former Dynamos man David Kutyauripo and the duo of Nyasha Mukumbi and Marvel Samaneka from CAPS United will join the side ahead of 2013 season.

Triangle secretary general Alex Khumbula told Supersport.com that they need experience in the team, and believes that the trio could provide just that. He said as a newly promoted team, they want to have a well-balanced side that can compete for things in the PSL.

“We have signed the three players because they are experienced players who know the PSL better and they will help guide the young players we have. We need to have a strong team in the PSL as we want to come here and stay, and a well-balanced squad will help us do that,” Khumbula said.

Khumbula added that they will continue to look at more players to boost the team as the season is long and there are injuries and suspensions which they have to deal with as the season progresses.

“We want to have a well-balanced team in cases of injuries and suspensions. We have a long season and we want to have a good one,” he added.


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