Zimbabwe FA President Felton Kamambo says the country is in the process of negotiating friendly games against top African nations ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. Kamambo stated that plans for a warm up game against South Africa are in advance stages with the date set for May 26, while they are also in talks with Nigeria for another friendly game.
The Zimbabwe FA President also said they are looking at a third team to play before they head to Egypt for the AFCON tournament.
“We are serious in our preparations for the AFCON tournament and we have quite a number of plans in place, some that I cannot talk about at the moment because of contractual agreements that first have to be met before going public,” Kamambo said.
“In terms of serious friendly matches, we actually have one against South Africa that we hope will come to fruition because plans are at an advanced stage.
“This is part of a joint send-off ceremony that we hope to have together with the South Africa national team that is also going to AFCON finals.
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