Orebonye, Seakanyeng join Zebras camp

Tumisang Orebonye.PIC:KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Tumisang Orebonye.PIC:KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Foreign-based stars, Tumisang Orebonye and Kabelo Seakanyeng were the last two international players to join the Zebras camp in Kampala, Uganda yesterday [Wednesday].

The Zebras are in Uganda for the third round of the World Cup qualifiers and coach, Didier Gomes da Rosa is targeting an upset. The match takes place at the Nelson Mandela Stadium tomorrow [Friday] evening. Da Rosa has picked a strong squad but Alford Velaphi misses out due to suspension. However, the Gaborone United defender will return for the clash against Somalia in Mozambique on Monday. The Zebras and Somalia clash in Mozambique as the East African nation does not have a CAF-approved stadium. Both the Zebras and Uganda have three points from the opening two matches in a group led by former African champions, Algeria.

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