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CAPS to start training early



CAPS United are determined to turn their form around this season as they look to reclaim their glory days and have decided to start training early.

The team has already gone about looking for new players to improve on the team from last season, and with the league starting in March, the team will start their preparations slightly early as they will resume training on 16 January.

With a long, tough season ahead, and two main trophies in the Castle Lager League and Mbada Diamonds Cup to fight for, CAPS Director Twine Phiri tells Supersport.com that they want to start training early and build a strong team.

He said that they know how tough the league is going to be so they have to prepare very well to ensure that the new recruits are settled and understand their new teammates.

“Yes we are starting training on Wednesday January 16. We have to assemble as soon as we can because we need to have a strong team this season. We want to go back to winning ways,” he said.

“We need to have a good season hence we have decided to starting training now. We have acquired some new players and they need to cope with the other players in the team,” Phiri concluded.



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