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Dendairy and BVM up for CR challenge

Denzel Serima

The newly promoted side Dendairy FC have set their eyes upon the Castle Premier Soccer League after proving their critics wrong by putting up a fairytale start in the Central Region Soccer League (CSRL) Division 2.
The Kwekwe based club are eager to make history though they face tough and established teams which include Tongogara FC, Lessafre FC, Hwahwa who are raring to take another shot after Telone FC won promotion to the PSL this season.
Though Dendairy have a depleted squad in their arsenal, management are keen on strengthening on all parts of the team to mount a convincing challenge.
Dendairy Vice Chairperson, Munyaradzi Mafume said they are set to bring in a number of exciting talents to mount a serious title challenge next year.
“We are going to beef up every position with the advice of technical team and we are targeting premiership football come next season,” said
Mafume after being buoyed by the team’s fairytale performance in Division 2.
Team Manager, Russel Tudhlope added that the team will be using Mbizo Stadium since they have a lot of supporters in the area.
“We will stay at Mbizo Stadium next season because of the support, currently we are setting up to embark in Division 1 with the hope to succeed to premier soccer league. We are going to bolster the technical bench,” he said.
However, Gweru based Real BVM FC veteran skipper, Charles Mutsinze said their team are ready for top flight football though they need to strengthen their firepower.
“I would like to thank all the guys for a wonderful season and also our coaches, we are ready for Division 1 we are a strong squad we only need one experienced striker to add firepower upfront and strengthen our strike force,” he said.
Club Technical Manager James Marime said the team which enjoys a vibrant junior policy is raring to go.
“We are ready for the CSL. We have a youthful side which we have faith in that it will last the distance,” he said.
Real BVM is mainly comprised of youngsters who are all under the age of 23.
Marime outlined the team’s vision which is anchored in developing players.
“Our core business is to develop players, we have a strong and sound junior policy we have U23, U15 and U17 and this U23 side which has qualified for CSL,” he said.

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