Bosso players and coaches leave for national assignment

Highlanders forward Prince Dube, left back Mbongeni Ndlovu, goalkeepers coach Tembo Chuma and senior team coach Mandla Mpofu will leave Bulawayo for Harare tomorrow (Wednesday) to prepare for the National under-23’s AFCON qualifiers against Mozambique on 22 March (Away) and 26 March (Home).

Highlanders FC forward Prince Dube has been called up for the Zimbabwe National Under 23 team duty.

Chuma and Mpofu were drafted into the setup of the Zimbabwe National Under 23 side early this year as team goalkeepers coach and assistant coach respectively.

They will be working with Tonderai Ndiraya (Head Coach) and Lizwe Sweswe (Assistant Coach).

Dube who turned 22 on February 17 rejoined Bosso towards the end of the 2018 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season following an unsuccessful stint with South African side SuperSport United.

Although the season has not yet started, he has been a marvel to watch both at training and during the team’s two practice matches against Green Fuel FC of Chisumbanje and Beitbridge Select at Dhulivadzimu stadium in Beitbridge scoring in both occasions.

He also produced a topnotch performance against Chicken Inn in friendly match played at Barbourfields stadium, although the team went to lose the match.

Left back Mbongeni Ndlovu has also been called up for the Zimbabwe National Under 23 team duty.

Ndlovu had a good season last year, relegating then Club captain Honest Moyo to the bench.

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