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10/02/2014 00:00:00
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BULAWAYO giants Highlanders and Harare City will face off in the semi-finals of the Bob90 Super Cup at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

Dynamos were given a bye into the final and will await the winner between the two semi-finalists.

The organiser of the tournament, Charles Mabika, said on Monday- Southern region soccer legends will be the curtain raiser of the match.

"We will be holding a fundraising dinner in Harare on Wednesday,” said Mabika.

“The semi-final of the Bob 90 Super Cup will be played at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday. Soccer legends from the Southern Region will be the main curtain raisers of the match," said Mabika.

Both clubs have been busy in the market to beef up their squads ahead of the 2014 championship.

Highlanders have signed a number of new players including the FC Platinum trio of Charles Sibanda, Joel Ngodzo and Welcome Ndiweni.

Valentine Ndaba (Shabanie), Khumbulani Banda (How Mine) and goalkeeper Njabulo Nyoni from Chicken Inn have also joined Bosso while Harare City have added Hwange striker Francesco Zekumbawira, former Caps United defender Arnold Chivheya on their books.

Ex- Tripple B midfielder Timire Mamvura, Misheck Mburayi (Triangle), Agrippa Murimba, Benson Maglas and Mhleli Sibanda from FC Platinum have also joined Harare City.

The final has been set for February 23 at Rufaro.


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