Warriors team manager Wellington Mpandare said they are hopeful United Kingdom based players will report for camp and they have already secured air tickets for them. The Warriors will take on Lesotho in an international friendly in Maseru on November 8 and then travel to Windhoek for a date against Namibia’s Brave Warriors in the Dr Hage Geingob Cup three days later.
The players are Kundai Benyu who plays for Scottish champions Celtic, Tendayi Darikwa, Admiral Muskwe and Macaulay Bonne. Said Mpandare:
I am in touch with more than 30 eligible players to play for Zimbabwe but because of time frame we called those four for now so that they integrate smoothly into the team. They have communicated but commitment and actually coming here are different.
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The Warriors will be under the guidance of Zifa Technical Director Wilson Mutekede and Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe and is expected to go into camp on Monday ahead of their departure for Maseru on Tuesday.