Harare City have ended speculation surrounding their participation in the CAF Confederations Cup after confirming they will take part. The Harare City council bankrolled side qualified for the Confederations Cup after winning the Chibuku Super Cup over the weekend.
Club chairman Alois Masepe told the Chronicle yesterday that they would participate.
“Well done to the boys, well done to the technical team, well done to the executive and board of trustees.
“Africa here we come. We are going to do better than we did last time which was our first time. This time we know all the tricks so we are going to prepare sufficiently,” said Masepe.
It will be the second time that Harare City represents Zimbabwe at the CAF Competition in the club’s six-year stay in top flight league.
The first time in 2016 was not particularly impressive as they were bundled out in first round by Zambia’s Zanaco.
Meanwhile, the Sunshine boys will hae to negotiate their way out of relegation lest theh represent in the less faashionable Division One.