Vita arrive for DeMbare clash

HARARE - Democratic Republic of Congo side AS Vita arrived in Harare Friday just before midday for Saturday’s African Champions League clash with Dynamos.

The two sides meet in the first leg of their first round qualifier at the National Sports Stadium.

Kick-off for the match is 3pm.

Vita arrived at Harare International Airport with a delegation of 32 people aboard a Kenyan Airway flight around 11am.

THE BOYS ARE IN TOWN: AS Vita players and officials make their way out of the Harare International Airport arrivals terminal on Friday afternoon.

Frolent Ibenge, the AS Vita coach, said: “I know that the match will be really tough for us and I hope we play a good game.

“I know that Dynamos are a good team and I know that they had seven or eight players in the Zimbabwe team at Chan.”

Vita reached the first round of the competition after defeating Nigerian champions Kano Pillars 4-3 on aggregate in the preliminary round.

Dynamos dislodged Botswana side Mochudi Centre Chiefs in the preliminary round with a 4-1 aggregate win.

Comments (2)

I wish the boys in Blue their best of luck as they are flying the nation's flag. These Congolese must be given a thorough hiding because once they go back to their jungle, they will play every evil trick. Please when you go into the field of play always remember what TP Mazembe did to South African giants Pirates. If it means booking them a flat in Mbare there kuNational then be it! Be rest assured they will play every trick in their bag to outwit you once they get back to Congo. When it comes to football, there is nothing as African brotherhood we've seen it happening and CAF is their own! Lock the captain at Mbare police station accuse him of wearing an over-sized boot!

Regalia - 28 February 2014

Regalia wakapenga kkkkkkk

KALISTO HOVE - 1 March 2014

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