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New kids on the block MWOS FC dream big; eye Champions League

Ambitious Northern Region Division One League newcomers MWOS FC’s president Patrick Tamson has said his team’s ultimate target is to play in the much coveted CAF Champions League.

The Punters as Moors World of Sport (MWOS) are nicknamed recently earned promotion to the division one league from division two after finishing the season unbeaten at the fortress home ground in Norton.

They are hoping to continue using Ngoni Stadium in Norton which is currently under renovations ahead of the new season as their home stadium only if it meets the required standards.

Tamson told journalists that his club is also aiming to clinch the division one league title in their maiden season to secure premier league promotion.

He also went on to outline that they are targeting to represent Zimbabwe in the African Safari in the near future.

“Our major target since promotion to the division one League from division two (with an unbeaten record) is to win the title in our first season going into the premier league,” Tamson revealed.

“We won’t stop there (top flight league promotion) because we also want to play CAF Champions League football.”

Furthermore, the club president spoke about embarking on a junior policy rather than recruiting seasoned players who have once played at the highest level.

“We are not going to target premier league players. There is vast talent in the lower leagues. We are going to invest in youngsters,” he added.

MWOS FC appointed Wonder Ngoko a former CAPS United player as their new gaffer on Saturday afternoon.

Described as “the best” coach by the club’s president, Ngoko who however refused to speak to the media at his unveiling ceremony was unveiled at Borrowdale Race Course in Harare.