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Football | Zimbabwe

Motor Action seek partnerships



With the economic times being tough in Zimbabwe the football teams are also feeling the pinch and one such outfit is 2010 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions Motor Action.

The club, nicknamed the Mighty Bulls, are seeking partners to better their performance in the top tier.

Motor Action director Eric Rosen feels the side have acquitted themselves well in the past 12 years, but he feels there is ample room for improvement, and he is confident they can raise their game with assistance.

Rosen believes Zimbabwean football, as a whole, can achieve a great deal more with the help of others.

“In every business you need partners and we too have reached that stage where we say we need partners who we can work together and maintain the team,” said Rosen.

“Not just to improve football at Motor Action but in the country as well. We need to keep going and with partners we can do a lot together,” added Rosen.



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