The Warriors will play a practice match against the Taifa Stars, the Tanzanian national team this coming Sunday in preparation for the Africa Cup of Nations which starts next week on Friday.
The team was given a day off on Tuesday after a gruelling week in which the players took part in three games.
Warriors team manager, Wellington Mpandare, revealed that the team will resume training on Wednesday (today). He said:
The players never had a rest day since the COSAFA Cup matches, it was all travelling and playing games.
Our training venue in Cairo is very secure, the security is tight and we are not worried about any strangers watching our training sessions.
It is up to us to allow people during training or not.
The Warriors open their campaign against The Pharaohs of Egypt on June 21. The match kicks off at 10 pm CAT, followed by a date with Uganda on June 26 at 7 pm.
A clash against the DRC on June 30, at 9 pm completes the Warriors’ Group A matches.
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