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Gwekwerere back at Dynamos



After a few years away from Dynamos, prodigal son Evans Gwekwerere is back with the Glamour Boys as they prepare for the new season.

Gwekwerere, who spent some time in South Africa with MTN8 holders Moroka Swallows and National First Division outfit Jomo Cosmos, returned to Dynamos before leaving in 2011 to join bitter rivals CAPS United.

He has since switched his loyalties back to Dynamos, and is currently training with the side.

He is not, however, available to feature in the African Champions League as his club have already submitted their 25-man squad for the continental showpiece.

Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa is, nevertheless, pleased to have Gwekwerere at his disposal for domestic action, and he is confident the player will make his experience count in the upcoming campaign.

“Evans is back with us here and though all is not finalised we are happy to have him here and we will see as things go on,” Pasuwa said.

“We have been training with him since the first day of our new year training and he is so committed to the team and sometimes that is what you need from players,” Pasuwa added.



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