Slow start to Zebras' camp

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The latest national team training camp could not take off as expected with foreign based players delaying to check in while the midweek be MOBILE Premiership matches left coach Stanley Tshosane with just seven players on Tuesday.

The Zebras had been scheduled to go into camp on Sunday, but Tshosane had to push it forward to Tuesday for local-based players and yesterday for South Africa-based stars.Tshosane's camp plans were further stalled by the unavailability of DR Congo-based trio of Dirang Moloi, Phenyo Mongala and Jerome Ramatlhakwana. The newly-signed FC Don Bosco trio faced flight challenges and are only expected in the country tomorrow.

"We have a bit of challenge because we planned with the impression that there would be no midweek league games this week. But now that midweek games are on, our preparations are a bit disrupted," Tshosane told Mmegi Sport.Gaborone United (GU) play Notwane at 7:00 pm on Wednesday at Molepolole Sport Complex while Township Rollers wrap up their campaign with a tie against TAFIC at the same venue.The setback meant Tshosane had to do without the GU quartet of Noah Maposa, Alphonse Modisaotsile, Tebogo Sembowa and Moemedi Moatlhaping yesterday.

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