First batch of Warriors arrives for camp, Chigova replaces Sibanda

The first batch of Warriors arrived in camp last night at Yadah Hotel’s exclusive VVIP suites in Waterfalls, Harare, ahead of preparations for the 2019 Nations Cup qualifier against Liberia at the National Sports Stadium on June 11.

CAPS United players Ronald Chitiyo, Devon Chafa, Donald Dauda, FC Platinum goalkeeper Petros Mhari, Ngezi Platinum wing-back Qadr Amini, central defender Partson Jaure and Dynamos defender Lincoln Zvasiya were part of the group that checked into camp. South African based goalkeeperGeorge Chigova was called into camp to replace the injured Ariel Sibanda.

Foreign based players are expected to start arriving today with Danny Phiri and Kuda Mahachi having arrived in Bulawayo yesterday and are expected in Harare today while Thabani Kamusoko was expected at around midnight. Holland-based midfielder Marvellous Nakamba who has been in the country is expected in camp today. Knowledge Musona, Khama Billiat and Onismor Bhasera are expected when the team regroups on Monday because of club commitments. Norman Mapeza said that they will have at least two training sessions this week and then release the players for their club duties on Thursday afternoon.

More: Herald

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