Speaking at a dinner organized by the Royal Bafokeng Sport Holdings, majority share holders of Platinum Stars; Gamondi said he was pleased that his charges will have access to highly sophisticated medical and training facilities to determine players mental balance, get them pumped up psychologically and physically ahead of the second round of the Absa Premiership.
All Stars’ players are in the camp, with the exception of Simba Marumo who is still nursing an ankle injury.
Stars will embark on a series of friendly games after the camp which may include a friendly against top Botswana side Township Rollers in Gaborone during the last week of January.
These warm-up games will not only prepare the team for the second round of the domestic league but for the CAF Champions League starting mid-February when Stars host a Lesotho side at Olympia Park Stadium.
After the Africa Cup of Nations 2008 in Ghana, Stars will resume the league campaign home against Golden Arrows who they beat 1-0 in the first round. After that they will be away to Thanda Zulu Royals in Durban.