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DeMbare fret over Jaure, Mambare fitness

Closed session ... Dynamos resumed training in Harare on Wednesday

05/02/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
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DYNAMOS are fretting over the fitness of star players defender Partson Jaure and midfielder Masimba Mambare ahead of their African Champions League preliminary round first leg clash against Botswana champions Mochudi Center Chiefs at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

The pair picked some knocks while on national duty during the African Nations Chan tournament which ended in South Africa at the weekend.

The Warriors settled for the wooden spoon after finishing fourth at the tournament designed exclusively for home based players. Reaching the semi-finals was the best achievement for the Warriors in their history.

Jaure did not attend the Wednesday training session as coach Kalisto Pasuwa assessed his playing personnel for the first time since his return from the CHAN tournament in South Africa on Monday.

Mambare, who joined the Glamour Boys from bitter rivals Highlanders while in Warriors camp ahead of the CHAN tournament, was also conspicuous by his absence at the club's Zimphos training ground amid reports that he also had a knock.

Dynamos will also do without defender Gift Bello who has joined FC Platinum despite having already been registered for the African Champions League.

The training session on Wednesday was however, closed to the media.

Seven senior players from Dynamos -goalkeeper George Chigova, Jaure, Mambara, Oscar Machapa, Tawanda Muparati, Augustine Mbara, and defender Themba Ndlovu were with the national team together with Pasuwa who assists head coach Ian Gorowa.

Dynamos played two friendlies in the build up to the match managing a goalless draw against How Mine before beating Black Rhinos 2-0 in Kadoma on Saturday.


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