PSL roundup with Brenna Matendere

Highlanders’ Zambian gaffer Kelvin Kaindu believes it is still too early to brand the country’s oldest club with the “championship darkhorse” tag due to the turbulence that hit his troops in the first half of the prestigious PSL league action. The matter of the infamous tag for Bosso was over the weekend reawakened after Kaindu’s charges fell 0-2 to Caps United in a friendly match.

In their next match they meet unpredictable Monomotapa dubbed “Giant Killers” but will surely be under pressure coming from their poor run that has seen them losing thrice, and twice being forced into a share of spoils in their last six outings. Matters seem worse to the side’s ordinary fan after the Zambian coach chose to drop striker Njabulo “Tshiki” Ncube during the mid-season transfer window.

However, hope can still be banked on new signing, Master Masitaira, coupled with the Warriors skipper Masimba Mabare, Milton Ncube and Bruce Kangwa who have so far caught the heart of the new national team coach Ian Gorowa. The trio was part of the national troop which made a successful expedition to Zambia where they floored Chipolopolo to get a ticket for a dance at the Chan games slated for next year in South Africa.

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