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Zambia's Power Dymanos in pre-season tour of Zimbabwe
03/03/2017 00:00:00
by Super Sport
 
 
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POWER DYNAMOS have left Zambia on a two-week 2017 pre-season tour of Zimbabwe.

The Kitwe giants will camp in Bulawayo where they will play three local teams, including 2015 Zimbabwean champions Chicken Inn.

“The team will be in Bulawayo until March 8,” Power team manager Lombe Chipupu said.

“The team will camp briefly after that, in Livingstone until March 12.”

Power will kick off their three-match tour, against Chicken Inn on March 4, before facing Zimbabwean giants Highlanders on March 5.

They will wrap up their tour on March 7 against Bantu Rovers.

Power coach Danny Kabwe, has taken a 29-member team to Zimbabwe, that includes four new signings.

The new faces are striker Lyson Sikaonga, midfielder Godfrey Ngwenya plus defenders Allan Kamwanga Junior and Mwelwa Sakala.

Six-time Zambian champions Power finished fouth in the 2016 Faz Super League season.

Team:
Goalkeepers: Allan Chibwe, Dominic Nzala, Joshua Titima, Peter Njobvu

Defenders: Allan Kamwanga, Billy Mutale, Hichani Himonde, Govenda Simwala, Stephen Kunda, White Mwanambaba, Mwelwa Sakala, Lawrence Chungu, Francis Kasonde

Midfielders: Michael Banda, Benson Sakala, Godfrey Ngwenya, Larry Bwalya, Kennedy Mudenda, Julius Situmbeko, Kingsley Mukuka, Gozon Mutale, Kelvin Kampamba, Victor Kashitu

Strikers: Jimmy Ndhlovu, Fwayo Tembo, Luka Lungu, Martin Phiri, Lyson Sikaonga



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