Caps United FC In Spending Spree As They Seek To Restore Former Glory

Former Premier League champions Caps United or Makepekepe as they are affectionately known by fans are on a huge rebuilding project to restore former glories. Makepekepe have been performing poorly in recent seasons and are now a pale shadow of the team of old.

Caps United finishes 8th last season 30 points behind champions FC Platinum. They also lost to Harare City in the Chibuku Super Cup semi-finals.

I can assure you that next season will be different. Caps United will be a stronger team, competing for the league title. In an interview with Newsday, Caps United chairman Frai Jere had this to say

We had a difficult season this year, but we are already working towards improving and coming up with a strong side. Club vice-president Nhamo Tutisani and the chief executive officer (Cuthbert Chitima) are already working hard on the ground, and we have already agreed on terms with a number of very good players. I am not directly involved at the moment, but these two guys have briefed me on what they are doing, and I can assure the Caps United fans that they are in for an exciting season next year. We are a big club, and we cannot afford to have another poor season like one that we have just gone through.

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More: Newsday

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