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Canadians join Bosso camp

by Sports reporter
22 Jan 2014 at 08:32hrs | Views
THE two Canadian First Mobile Sports Academy (FMSA) players, striker Phillippe Barriault and goalkeeper Jean-Felix Lemieux were due to join the Highlanders pre-season training camp at Heath Streak's farm in Inyathi yesterday after meeting with the club's executive committee.

The two players had met Highlanders chairman Peter Dube and arrangements had been made for them to join camp. Mpofu had said he would be driving them to Inyathi later in the day.

"We have met with the executive and it has been agreed that the boys join camp in Inyathi. They actually met with the chairman this morning (yesterday) and they have been much welcomed. I will actually be driving them to camp later in the day and hand them over to the technical team.

"After that it will be the technical team which will make comments on the boys, not me," Mpofu said.

Barriault (20) and Lemieux (19) arrived in Bulawayo from Johannesburg, South Africa, on Sunday morning for a six-month attachment at Highlanders. If they impress the coaches in pre-season, they might be registered for the Premier Soccer League (PSL).

They join 18 Bosso players who travelled to Inyathi on Monday afternoon for a seven-day intensive training camp and include new signings Joel "Josta" Ngodzo, Valentine Ndaba, Welcome Ndiweni, Khumbulani Banda and goalkeeper Njabulo Nyoni.

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