Warriors coach, Sunday Chidzambga has picked his final squad for the Africa Cup of Nations, according to Voice of America.
“Mhofu” had to split his 32-man squad into two, with one group playing in the Cosafa Cup’s third and fourth playoff match against the Crocodiles of Lesotho in South Africa and the other group travelling to Nigeria for a friendly match.
The Warriors gaffer left South Africa with 18 players for Egypt via the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Nigeria where they will play the Super Eagles.
Chidzambga left four players to compete in the COSAFA Cup alongside assistant coaches, Rahman Gumbo and Lloyd Mutasa.
The four will travel later with the assistant coaches to join the rest of the squad.
Players who featured heavily during the qualifiers have been retained, with a few additions in the form of goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze, Nyasha Mushekwi and Thabani Kamusoko.
Among those retained is captain Knowledge Musona, Khama Billiart, Marvelous Nakamba, Tendayi Darikwa, Alec Mudimu, George Chigova and Evans Rusike.
More: VOA News
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