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Warriors official kit arrives in Gabon
18/01/2017 00:00:00
by Super Sport
 
 
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WARRIORS’ official kit for the Africa Cup of Nations has officially arrived in Gabon and are on its way to Franceville, supersport.com can reveal.

Media officer Xolisani Gwela hopes that the kit supplied by Mafro will arrive ahead of their Senegal match.

“It’s true the Mafro kits have arrived in Gabon and they are on transit to Franceville; we only hope they arrive in time for our clash with Senegal. We have been in contact with the people bringing them after they arrived in the capital city of Libreville,” Gwela told supersport.com.

The Warriors were forced to use an unbranded alternative kit for their opener against Algeria after logistical issues.

Replicas for fans are also set to be delivered as they faced the same logistical issues of delayed delivery.

Warriors, who produced a virtuoso performance in the 2-2 draw with Algeria, face off against Senegal in Franceville on Thursday night.



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