No decision yet on Champions League - Gamecocks

HARARE - Chicken Inn secretary-general Tavengwa Hara said they will meet with their sponsors before committing themselves to representing Zimbabwe in the African Champions League.

The Gamecocks were crowned 2015 Castle Premiership winners on Saturday earning a ticket to represent the country in the African Champions League.

Harare City who won the Chibuku Super Cup will represent the country in the Africa Confederation Cup.

“We haven’t met to discuss about the possibility of participating in Africa yet,” Hara told the Daily News.

“We shall sit as the executive together with our sponsors then we can comment about Africa. We have been busy with other pressing issues and we can only meet after the season ends to map the way forward.

“There are a lot of things that need to be considered before we can commit ourselves. We are very happy as a team to have won the championship and it will be great as well to play in Africa.”

This year Zimbabwe had no representative in the African Champions league after Dynamos pulled out citing lack of financial resources.

FC Platinum, who won the Chibuku Super Cup last year, represented the country in the African Confederation Cup.

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