United Kingdom based trio of Tendai Darikwa, Admiral Muskwe and Macauley Bonne and Scotland Kundai Benyu have arrived in the country ahead of the two friendly matches against Lesotho and Namibia.
There were doubts over the availability of Nottingham Forest’s defender Darikwa, Muskwe who is in the Leicester ranks, Leyton Oreint’s Bonne and Celtic’s Benyu after several attempts to lure them to the Warriors fold did not yield any positive results.
The quartet’s availability is expected to be a major boost as the Warriors play Lesotho and Namibia this week.
Darikwa, Bonne and Muskwe were the first to arrive at the Harare International Airport this afternoon before Benyu arrived later.
They were met by a hero’s welcome.
The quartet expressed shock after the warm reception by the fans.
Meanwhile, Warriors manager Wellington Mupandare was happy that the players made it.
The Warriors have made changes to the 18-man squad for the friendly matches after skipper Knowledge Musona and goalkeeper George Chigova picked up injuries while playing for their clubs.
Devon Chafa and Herbert Rusawo are set to replace the injured duo.
The players who are in camp leave tomorrow and will be joined by South African based players at Johannesburg Airport on their way to Maseru.