Having had a forgettable entry into the elite league, the Harare-based PSL new-boys got their first league win in 11 starts with a 1-0 win over fellow strugglersHardbody at the weekend, courtesy of a solitary goal from striker Tigere Mupatanganda.
Chidzambwa believes the win has signalled the beginning of better things to come. “It has not been good for us this season, but I think we are now getting there,” said the soft-spoken former national team coach, who also predicted victory ahead of their next game against army side, Buffaloes.
Unbeaten log leaders Highlanders continued to drop points with a third straight draw, after they were held to a 1-1 stalemate by Harare City in a match that saw violence rear its ugly head for at least the second time in the PSL this season.
Bosso will soon be the second side to meet PSL disciplinary action after Motor Action, penalised for not fulfilling a fixture against Caps United earlier in the season.
Coach Kelvin Kaindu was, however, still confident that fine-tuning the strike force to compliment the team’s defence that has conceded the least goals so far, would see Bosso through to league honours.
CAF Confederations Cup representatives Dynamos drew 0-0 with Interclub of Angola at Rufaro and look set for another disappointing continental outing in the return leg in two weeks’ time.
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