Dynamos captain arrives at Wits

2015-03-25 12:21
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Cape Town - Dynamos captain Augustine Mbara is in South Africa, where he will spend a week on trial at top-flight side Bidvest Wits.

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The 24-year-old Mbara became captain of the Harare-based club this season after the departure of former skipper Murape Murape, Mbare now a crucial cog in the Dynamos defence.

The player’s agent, Gibson Mahachi, confirmed to the Daily News that his client is with the Clever Boys, and is confident that the centre-back will impress coach gavin Hunt.

“He is already in South Africa, he left [on Monday],” said Mahachi.

“He has been playing well and I hope he will do the same. I am told he did well in a friendly match.

“I am confident he will make the grade. If he makes the grade, he will be joining them for next season,” he said.

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