Premier League champions, CAPS United, have officially launched their kit for the 2017 season ahead of their CAF Champions League match against Lioli on Sunday.
The Harare giants unveiled the kit at a ceremony at the National Sports Stadium as the club made final preparations before traveling to Lesotho on Friday morning.
United coach, Lloyd Chitembwe, reiterated that the team will not stray from the objective of being emulous when they face the Lesotho champions.
“The objectives are very, very simple and very, very clear. The main objective is to try and be very competitive. This is our main objective,” he told journalists.
“All I know about them [Lioli] is that they are a football team and they are the reigning Lesotho champions hence they are participating in the champions league. That’s all I know about them.
“The expectation has always been the same. When you play a game of football, the expectation is to try and defend and at least try and score more goals than the other team. That’s the expectation and we expect to do just that.”
Meanwhile, CAPS United head of marketing, Hannah Wright, told Soccer24 about travel arrangements in place for fans for the Lesotho champions league match.
“At this time, Mr. [Farai] Jere has sourced all the payments for the fans, so we are very thankful for getting everything sorted for the game this weekend. But we are working to get more sponsors on board for the upcoming next few games,” she said.