Caps United has invited several Nigerian footballers for trials as the club seeks to bolster its squad ahead of the 2020 season.
The club, through its administration manager, Morton Dodzo, has already written letters inviting several Nigerian players for assessment starting from next week. Wrote Dodzo:
Please, kindly accept this letter as a formal invitation and request to attend trials by CAPS United Football Club, a team domiciled in Zimbabwe, a member of the Zimbabwe Football Association registered to play in the Zimbabwe Premier Division League.
The club would like to have Mr Wakeel Adenkule Okunade, a Nigerian national, to join the club on a two-week official football trial, during our pre-season as from 16 January 2020.
We also request that you ensure you have a travel visa and a police clearance with you before departure.
After the trial period, CAPS United, if impressed, may offer the football player a professional employment contract subject to medical and physical examination.
Besides Okunade, who is a goalkeeper, Caps United has also written letters to the likes of central defender Emmanuel Arinze Nwangwu, centre striker Sunday Kenneth Udoh, Kenneth Mike Ehis and Bello Yero.
More: The Herald
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