The veteran defender, who first made a name for himself with Masvingo United, did not see much game time at his club Triangle last season. He now links up with younger brother, Pardon Cinungwa at the new boys, hoping for staying power in the PSL.
“It is true that last year I did not impress, but I have since put that dark chapter behind me. I am already looking forward to delivering a better performance this time round,” said Togara. “I worked hard during the pre-season and I hope that I will finally catch the interests of national team selectors this season. I can play for the Warriors given the experience I already have in PSL.”
The team’s technical department believes Togara will be a key man in their defence. ZPC open their league campaign with an away fixture to Caps United side.
League games will now begin on the weekend of April 5 and 6, after a postponement that allows time for the ZIFA board elections scheduled for this March 29.Post published in: Football