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Football | Zimbabwe

Dynamos to camp in Kariba



Castle Lager Premier Soccer League and cup champions Dynamos will be moving their training base to Kariba after initially setting up camp in Harare on January 7.

The team, which will be competing in the upcoming CAF Champions League, will leave for Kariba on Monday January 14.

Coach Callisto Pasuwa said that his charges will be camping there until they go on a tour of South Africa to play a number of friendlies as part of their preparations for the new campaign.

Pasuwa hopes to line up warm-up games with top South African sides, such as Premiership leaders Kaizer Chiefs.

“Yes the first week we were training here in Harare but we will be going away to Kariba on Monday,” said Pasuwa, who is the Zimbabwean league’s reigning coach of the year.

“We want a place where the players can be in camp and concentrate on the training. After that we want to go to South Africa play some friendly games and also look at my attachment and learn some things from there. We are playing in Africa and we should be well prepared for the battle ahead,” concluded Pasuwa.



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