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ZIMBABWE'S Caf Confederations Cup representatives Harare City have signed two more defenders - Flame Lily and Warriors left back Farai Madhanaga and Triangle centre-back Jimmy Tigere ahead of their 2016 CAF Confederation Cup tournament.

Club secretary-general Mathew Marara announced the capture of the two players on Monday.

"Yes, we have signed the two players - Jimmy Tigere from Triangle and Farai Madhanaga from Flame Lily," said Marara.

Harare City were also chasing the signature of Dynamos midfielder Ronald Chitiyo ahead of the Thursday deadline for player registration with Caf.

The Sunshine City Boys were drawn against AS Adema of Madagascar and kick off their campaign with a home tie on the weekend of February 12-14.

City will then travel to Antananarivo on the weekend of February 26-28.

It will be the first time they will be competing in the African safari after beating Dynamos to the Chibuku Super Cup.

Their opponents - AS Adema - are however not new to African football having participated in both the Champions League as well as the Confederation Cup.

Should Harare City overcome AS Adema, they will face Zanaco of Zambia who have a bye in the preliminary round.


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