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Malaga expected to tour Zimbabwe

03/04/2017 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
 
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HARARE: La Liga side Malaga is expected to play against some Zimbabwe sides soon as the relationship between the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) and La Liga gathers momentum.

Africa region La Liga representative Barradas Antonio met with Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa on Saturday where the two parties signed a partnership deal, which would see them explore different business opportunities.

These include football exchange programmes and the Spanish top league, providing football equipment and sending trainers to help in football development.

These include football exchange programmes and the Spanish top league, providing football equipment and sending trainers to help in football development.

An initial catalogue of 1,000 balls, would be given to Zifa immediately to kick-start the initiative.

Zifa on their part, has undertaken to give mileage to La Liga in all the association’s initiatives.

However, it is the possible arrival of Malaga that would most likely excite football fans. The club is set to tour South Africa in July, as part of their pre-season programme for the next season and Zifa want to capitalise on that visit, to persuade them to come to the country as well and play against some clubs in Zimbabwe.



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