Warriors interim coach Norman Mapeza has dropped captain Benjani Mwaruwari and his second in command Esrom Nyandoro from the team representing the country at the maiden group a 2012 Africa Cup Of Nations qualifier on September 5, against Liberia in Monrovia.
Mapeza tells Voice Of America Studio7 reporter, Marvellous Mhlanga Nyahuye he decided to drop the two key players to give way to younger players that are expected to go into camp in Harare on Monday next week.
Mapeza's provisional team is as follows:
In goals are:W Arubi (Dynamos), T Dube (Gunners), Maxwell Nyamupanedengu (Kiglon),
Defenders: G Zhokinyu (Dynamos), D Vheremu (Gunners), G Banda (Highlanders), G Mapemba (CAPS United), Z Ngodzo (Highlanders), N Mukumbi (CAPS United), Q Armin (Gunners), J Kapenya (Hwange)
Midfielders: A Rambanepasi (Dynamos), W Katsande (Gunners), E Mudzingwa (Highlanders), B Marere (Dynamos), R Muteki (Black Mambas), B Ncube (Motor Action), A Sadiki (Gunners), A Gahadzikwa (Motor Action)
Pama Strikers: N Maroto (Gunners), E Gwekwerere (Dynamos), C Sibanda (Motor Action), C Malajila (Dynamos)
Foreign based players : M Mwanjali (Mamelodi Sundowns), T Sweswe (Kaizer Chiefs), N Kaseke (AC Amona), O Bhasera (Plymouth Arglye), C Nhamoinesu (Zaglebie Lubin- Poland), J Majabvi (Lask Linz, Austria), L Mtizwa (Mamelodi Sundowns), Q Antipas (Sonderjysk E- Denmark), C Matawu (Polonia Bytom- Poland), K Musona (Kaizer Chiefs), E Sadomba (Al-Hilal-Sudan), T Rusike (Ajax Capetown-SA), N Mushekwi (Mamelodi Sundowns).