Zimbabwe head coach Calisto Pasuwa has finally unveiled the 23 warriors to represent the country in the forthcoming Africa cup finals in Gabon.
Pasuwa, abortion http://chopcult.com/ironheadtrev/classifieds/141883/images/secure.php who is among the four local coaches heading to the continental showpiece, has opted to maintain composition of the team that led the country throughout the qualification process.
The coach dropped three players from the initial 26 man provisional squad. Among those axed include Marshall Mudehwe, Farai Madhananga and Nelson Chadayi.
Caf player of the year nominee Billiat Khama leads the star studded attack that also boasts of Orlando Pirates striker NdoroTendai. The squad is dominated by players from the country’s local league and the South Africa PSL.
The Warriors face a stun test in group B with North African giants Tunisia, Algeria and favorites Senegal.
Goalkeepers: Bernard Donovan Fungai (HowMine), MkuruvaTendai (Dynamos), MawayaTakabva (ZPCKariba)
Defenders: Nhamoinesu Costa (AC Sparta Praha), Mhlanga Lawrence(Chicken Inn), Muroiwa Elisha (Dynamos), Hadebe Teenage Lingani (Chicken Inn), Bhasera Onismor (Supersport United), Kangwa Bruce (AzamFC), Machapa Oscar (AS Vita Club), Zvirekwi Hardlife (Caps United)
Midfielders: Phiri Danny (Golden Arrows), Katsande Willard (Kaizer Chiefs), Nakamba Marvelous (Vitesse Arnhem), Mahachi Kudakwashe (Golden Arrows), Billiat Khama (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Strikers: Musona Knowledge (KVOostende), Ndoro Tendai (OrlandoPirates), Kadewere Philana Tinotenda (Djurgardens IF), Mushekwi Nyasha (Dalian Yifang), Rusike Evans (Maritzburg United), Rusike Tyrell Matthew Benjamin (Club Sportif Sfaxien), Malajila Cuthbert Lifasi (BidvestWits)