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Dynamos bolster squad with the signings  
29/07/2016 00:00:00
by SuperSport
 
 
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DYNAMOS have bolstered their squad by signing the trio of Jacob Muzokomba, Marshall Machazane and Takunda Sadiki each on a one-year contract.

The three have been training with the Harare giants for the past week and impressed coach Lloyd Mutasa, who brought them on board to fortify his team, which has now emerged as serious title contenders.

Headlining these signings is striker Muzokomba, who once had a stint at Highlanders but, has been inactive this year after partying ways with Buffaloes after they were relegated from the PSL last season.

Utility defender Machazane and striker Sadiki have also previously been on the books of Highlanders.

“Yes they are now our players and we are happy to have them on board. They have been training with us and the technical team was impressed,” said Dynamos manager Richard Chihoro.

“We really want our squad to be stronger. As you know the second part of the season will be starting soon. Other teams have been beefing up their squads as well so we want to be up to the task. It is not going to be an easy race so we have to be very strong.”

Dynamos are however battling to secure Wisdom Mutasa whose club ZPC Kariba are reluctant to release him.

Mutasa wants out of ZPC Kariba and has already agreed terms with Dynamos.






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