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Harare City capture two more Caps stars
22/01/2015 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
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BIG spenders Harare City have captured two more Caps United players with winger Nicholas Alifandika and Honey Chimutimunzeve the latest additions to their squad.

City are strengthening as they seek to lift the crown for the first time after missing out in the 2013 campaign on the final day of the league programme.

The Sunshine City Boys also signed ex-Kaizer Chiefs defender Lincoln Zvasiya last week.

Club secretary Mathew Marara confirmed the signing of the players.

"We have signed Nicholas Alifandika and Honey Chimutimunzeve from Caps United,” he said.

“I think we now have a complete squad that can compete. We are not going to sign any more players.

“In future, we want to rely on players from our juniors. We won't be going on a shopping spree again."

Alifandika and Chimutimunzeve spent the last six months of last season at Caps United where they reinvigorated what was an ordinary season for the team to eventually finish third on the league table, just four points behind eventual title winners Dynamos.

Earlier this month, City swooped on defender Themba Ndlovu from Dynamos to add to the signings of ex-Caps United duo of Tendai Samanja and goalkeeper Tafadzwa Dube.



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