PSL Round-up

Chiredzi FC gaffer Moses “Bambo” Chunga still believes he has assembled a competitive side for this year’s campaign despite a turbulent perfomance so far. Speaking after seeing off his charges fall 2-1 to army side Black Rhinos at Ri8muka Stadium over the weekend, Chunga put up a brave face.

Moses “Bambo” Chunga.
Moses “Bambo” Chunga.

The strict disciplinarian coach declared his PSL debutants will collect their first set of points when they meet How Mine at their home ground- Chishamiso Stadium in the coming feature.

“We did not play our normal game but we will have regrouped when we meet How Mine. They are a good side but we are confident that it will be our day when play them in front of our loyal fans,” said Chunga. So far Chiredzi FC have managed only a single point in four matches out of a possible 12. Their tally puts them on second place from the bottom.

On the other hand, How Mine who also had a false start to the season, are just a step ahead with four points in the same number of games. The Philani “Beefy” Ncube side finally won their first match against Shabanie FC last Friday and will definitely be looking at another victory when they travel to the low veld.

Meanwhile champions Dynamos shot to the top of the table on Sunday after dismissing hapless Harare City 3-1. The Harare giants aiming a fourth straight league championship, will be at home on the next two straight fixtures, hosting Chapungu and Mutare side Buffaloes.

Other title contenders HighThe Glamour boys who seem to have got a smiling assasin in the name of young Anesu Gondo who joined from defunct Beitbridge outfit Tripple B, have a target of mantaining at least the second position by the end of the second half of the season.

On the other hand, other title contenders Highlanders who could not be separated on goals in the match against Hwange, will also be hoping to march past Chicken Inn in their next encounter. Bosso’s strikeforce has so far banged eight goals with the defence only failing twice- a feat that makes the outfit sure of a boom future going forward this season. However, news that Zambian coach Kelvin Kaindu will consider quiting in order to take up a national team mentoring job in his home country may draw back the rhythm if the reports turn into reality.

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