Bosso vow to maintain form

mohammed_fathyBULAWAYO Highlanders head coach, Mohammed Fathy, was proud to lead his side into their third victory of the 2010 premier soccer league when they beat Lengthens 2-1. The coach vowed to keep the winning spirit in his camp. (Pictured: Highlanders head coach, Mohammed Fathy)

Although reckoning their opponents as a good side, the Egyptian mentor applauded his charges and said that he hoped they could keep scoring goals in their coming fixtures. “I believe that after three more games we will be stronger, what we need to do now is to concentrate and score more goals. We have showed that we are capable of doing that and it will help us if we play to the best of our ability, said Fathy.

The Bosso coach said he realised that the supporters who turned out for the match last week could double if his team stepped up their performance. He urged his charges to perform, reminding them of their fans need to feel honoured for their support by a fine show. “Highlanders supporters love their team and I have been telling the boys that if we continue winning they will fill the stadium. Very soon I strongly feel that we are going to be playing in a fully packed Barbourfields,” he prophesised.

Week 6 results: Kiglon 1-1 Motor Action, Black Mambas 1-3 Monomotapa, Douglas Warriors 2-1 Bantu Rovers, FC Victoria 1-1 Eagles, Highlanders 2-1 Lengthens.

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