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Caps keen on Muchenje



Caps United are on the verge of signing former Gunners midfielder Moses Muchenje, who is already training with the Green Machine.

Last season United had a bad year in the league campaign where they finished in 10th position. Muchenje has already played in some practice matches for United and he seems to have impressed coach Mkhuphali Masuku.

The midfielder is expected to feature in another friendly tomorrow when CAPS lock horns with South African side Mamelodi Sundowns. Masuku said they have other new players that they are looking at as well to beef up the team.

“We have some new players we are trying, who include Moses (Muchenje) but we have not made a decision on them yet. We could field them in the friendly against Mamelodi Sundowns, but we are still to finalise our squad for the coming season. We will only announce our squad later this month. We have to take a good look at all the players we have before we can make the last decision,” Masuku said.

Last season CAPS United finished a disappointing 10th in the league and without any trophies, and the team doesn’t want to repeat that.

They have said since they are in the rebuilding phase they would be glad to finish in the top eight and anything above that is a bonus – though they don’t rule out the possibility of winning a trophy and fighting for league honours.



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