Ngwenya, Ng’onga back in full training
Chipolopolo Boys coach Wedson Nyirenda received a major boost on Friday night after Power Dynamos duo Alex Ng’onga and Godfrey Ngwenya joined the rest of their colleagues in training at Casablanca’s Kamhran Sports Complex.
After shifting base from Marrakech to Casablanca ahead of Monday’s 21h00 kickoff against Namibia in a Group B shown down at the CHAN tournament, Nyirenda took his players through their paces.
Though the Namibia game might come a bit early for Ngwenya and Ng’onga, it will be a relief for the technical bench to count on them in the knockout stages.
Ngwenya got injured in a pre-tournament warm up while Ng’onga suffered a groin injury in the first half against Uganda.
With a clean bill of health, the tournament favourites go into the ‘mini’ Southern Africa derby hoping to collect maximum points depending on how the outcome in Group A between host Morocco and Sudan.
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