FC Platinum says they will not subject Otoho D’oyo to dirty tricks in retaliation to the treatment they received in Congo.
Pure Platinum Play faced several inconveniences when they arrived in the Central African country, four days before the encounter played last weekend.
The Zvishavane-based club’s president George Mawere says playing dirty tricks is not part of the Zimbabwean DNA, and will show the Congolese the best of what the country offers in hospitality.
“We are going to show them what should be done in treating the visitors. Zimbabwe is one of the best tourist destinations in the world, and we cannot spoil that by engaging in archaic dirty tricks,” said Mawere.
Otoho D’oyo’s advance crew arrived in the country on Monday ahead of the expected arrival of the team on Thursday. The first leg played in Owando last Sunday ended in 1-1 draw, and the winner in Saturday’s encounter will qualify for the lucrative mini-league phase.
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