IAhead of the Group L AFCON Qualifier first leg match between the Warriors and hosting Isihlangu, the ZIFA president have promised to financially cater for the Zimbabwe National Soccer team, would they win the game tomorrow under the guidance of Kalisto Pasuwa who has announced his 24-men traveling crop.
VA GADENI ~ EDITOR
Addressing the Warriors at the giant National Sports Stadium where they were taking off their paces under the watchful eyes of Manabhundu, Dr Chiyangwa emphasized on the need to collect maximum points when they (Warriors) face unpredictable Swaziland.
“What you do here will also enable me and for the sponsors to put money because once you
don’t do well and continue on the losing path then there is an issue,” said Chiyangwa.
The flamboyant Harare businessman and property mogul, pledged his support for the upkeep of the players and said he was working around the clock behind the scenes to make sure they are well taken care of.
“I believe winning against Swaziland there and winning here is all that Zimbabwe expects and I am doing the best that I can in the background to ensure that you are happy,” said Dr Phil.
“I would be talking to the technical team at
some point so that all is sorted and everyone is happy so that the games in Swaziland and back home are played with happiness and joy,”
With the duo of Tendai Darikwa and Brendan Galloway failing to commit themselves to national duty citing various reasons, Kalisto Pasuwa has announced the 24-men that will do the job in Swaziland.
The team comprises of:
T. Mukuruva (Dynamos),
D. Bernard (HowMine),
W. Arubi (Pretoria University, SA).
P. Jaure (Pretoria University, SA),
H. Zvirekwi (CAPS United),
E. Chipeta (Chippa United, SA),
E. Muroiwa (Dynamos),
L. Mhlanga (Chicken Inn),
C. Nhamoinesu (Sparta Prague,
B. Kangwa (Highlanders),
O. Bhasera (Wits University, SA).
W. Katsande (Kaizer Chiefs, SA),
R. Chitiyo (Harare City),
M. Nakamba (Vitesse, Netherlands),
D. Phiri (Chicken Inn),
K. Mahachi (Golden Arrows, SA),
M. Mudehwe (FC Platinum),
T. Kutinyu (Chicken Inn).
K. Musona (KV Oostende, Belgium),
N. Mushekwi (Dalian Yifang, China),
C. Malajila (Sundowns, SA)
M. Rusike (Helsingborgs IF,
E. Rusike (Maritzburg, SA),
K. Billiat (Sundowns, SA).
Enroute to Swaziland, the Pasuwa led Warriors are scheduled to depart the Harare International Airport early this morning for OR Tambo, Johannesburg, before embarking on a 360KM road trip to Mbambane.
The reverse fixture will be at the giant National Stadium in Harare on Easter Monday.
Swaziland are currently the Group L log leaders, although tied up with Zimbabwe on 4 points, but with a superior goal difference.