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Zesco Utd to hold pre-season camp in Johannesburg

Sports Zesco Utd to hold pre-season camp in Johannesburg

Zesco United will hold a ten-day training camp in South Africa ahead of their 2015 CAF Champions League outing.

Club secretary Justin Mumba said the FAZ Super League champions will be in Johannesburg from January 15-25.

Zesco will begin pre-season training on January 4 in Mbala before heading to South Africa.

“The team will leave for Mbala on 4th January. Then the team will go into Johannesburg,” he said.

Zesco are returning to the Champions League for the first time since 2011.

The Ndola side will also participate in next month’s four-club international tournament to be hosted by TP Mazembe in Lubumbashi.

Other partcipants are Don Bosco of DR. Congo and South African club Mamelodi Sundowns.

“We will play in the four-team tournament which will start on 28th January,” Mumba said.

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