Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
CAPS United new acquisition Enoch Karembo says playing for CAPS United is a dream come true.
Karembo said his decision to join the Darlington Dodo-coached side was influenced by a desire to market himself and attract foreign clubs.
The midfielder joins CAPS from Yadah.
“Playing for CAPS United is like a dream come true, every player dreams of playing at a big club like this.
“I am actually humbled. I am happy because you it’s a team that will bring the best out of yourself because of the competition at the club.
“The goal is now to deliver and in the process I have to learn, copy and listen, be a better player than I was before. Make a name for myself,” said Karembo.
Karembo said his goal is to shine at CAPS so that he sell himself and make a foreign move.
He said with the team’s ambitions fits his career plans.
CAPS have exported the likes of Nyasha Mushekwi, Ronald Pfumbidzai, Khama Billiat, Edmore Sibanda and Gabriel Nyoni among other player who came up from CAPS united.
That has left Karembo dreaming of becoming the next player to play in foreign leagues.
“Playing at CAPS resonates well with my career goals. I am targeting an outside move and I have joined the team that will help me achieve it.
“You can’t say you want to play outside, you have to join a bigger team where many will see you.
“Beside me wanting to attract a foreign move CAPS is my dream team,” he added.
With CAPS United having an overhaul for the upcoming 2020 season, Karembo said he is optimistic the team will be unstoppable.
Makepekepe’s squad will be comprised of new faces as they have been busy on the market, bringing in and releasing players.
“The team comprises of many new faces and with some we have played together and bonding will be easy since we will be building the team. Seeing many new faces has eased pressure on me.
“While seeing the old players instills confidence in us because we know we also have experience in our team.
“The team is well balanced and I am optimistic we will win the league this time around,” he said.