Knowledge Musona has confirmed his availability for the upcoming COSAFA Cup to be played in South Africa later this month.
According to COSAFA’s official website, Warriors team manager, Wellington Mpandare said the Belgium-based forward will lead the team at the tournament.
“Knowledge being our captain is going to be part of this squad and unless something happens which might change the circumstances,” said the manager.
“He will lead the team in Limpopo, and he has already confirmed his availability in the communication that we have had with him.”
Mpandare also said the Warriors technical department had a list of 45 Zimbabwean players dotted around the globe from which they were looking at trying some new faces.
These include midfielder Andy Rinemhota, who is on the books of English side Reading, and German-based striker Kelvin Lunga, a son of former Zimbabwe international Max Lunga.
Australian-based goalkeeper Thando Velapi, who plays for Wellington Phoenix, is also among the untested players looking to earn their first Warriors caps.