An ecstatic Copa Coca-Cola Dream Team returned from London this Tuesday morning, with players showing excitement after getting a once-in-a-life-time opportunity of being trained by Chelsea manager, Andre Villas Boas, as well as witnessing Chelseaâ€™s 5-1 demolition of Bolton at the weekend.
â€˜Over the moonâ€™ aptly describes the emotions of a promising breed of youngsters that returned from a two week international football camp and tournament in London.
Simbarashe Tandi and Bukhosi Sibanda could not hide their joy after representing their country in London as well as gaining great exposure in a two week period which saw them receive training from top class coaches.
Director of Sport and Recreation in the Ministry of Education, Sport, Art and Culture, Mrs. Vinah Khimbini was delighted by the role played by sponsors in ensuring young Zimbabwean talent gets international exposure.
The Copa Coca-Cola Dream Team was based at Cobham Training Centre in London for two weeks.
The team was privileged to be trained by Chelsea FC manager, Andres Villas Boas, Chelsea coach Roberto Di Matteo, as well as former Chelsea player Graeme Le Saux.
The Zimbabwean team also met with Chelseaâ€™s African stars Didier Drogba, John Obi Mikel and Solomon Kalou.