The Warriors first choice goalkeeper said he rated Gorowa, who is yet to lose a game in seven starts, very highly, adding that if given enough time, the former Warriors striker would convert the national team into an all-conquering machine.
“He is a good coach and great motivator and remains one of the highest-qualified mentors in the country at the moment. I believe the team is heading in the right direction with him in charge,” said the Pretoria University shot stopper.
“He knows what he is doing and his ability to qualify the team for the African Nations Championships against strong opposition shows what he is capable of doing. We also showed a great improvement when we beat South Africa 2-1 in their own backyard in an international friendly game just a few weeks ago. We showed some classy displays during the game,” he said.
With Gorowa in charge, Arubi said Zimbabwe’s array of talent would be adequately tapped to take the nation higher.
“Zimbabwe has always produced a number of highly-talented players deserving to feature in and even win major tournaments but that has not been, because of a number of factors, but if Gorowa is given more time, we will surely make up for that,” added the former PSL Soccer Star of the Year.
“Currently, we have great players like Khama Billiat, Knowledge Musona, Ovidy Karuru, Willard Katsande and Cuthbert Malajila, who will see us achieve a lot and make the country proud.”Post published in: Football