AmaZulu goalkeeper, Tapuwa Kapini, has been called-up to the Zimbabwean national team, despite the player’s current situation with game time at the KZN outfit.
Kapini lost his place to Aubrey Mathibe in Craig Rosslee's starting 11, after some disappointing results by the side.
The Zimbabwean was dropped after conceding nine goals in two games, against Mamelodi Sundowns (7) and Maritzburg United (2) respectively.
AmaZulu team manager, Japhet Zwane, confirmed to the Siya crew that Kapini has been called-up to the national team alongside his countryman Carlington Nyadombo.
“Yes they have been called-up. They are at training with us at the moment, but will be leaving later today (Monday),” said Zwane.
Zimbabwe is coached by former Mamelodi Sundowns coach Ian Gorowa. The two AmaZulu players have been called-up for the friendly international against Tanzania in Dar es Salaam, as Gorowa is in the process of preparing his team for next year’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) in South Africa.
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