Chipangano, who recently lost their reliable defender, Eric Chipeta, to ABSA Premiership outfit, Chippa United, have dropped from top to middle of the log of late. Their team is now revolving around mostly youthful players who Dube said continued to display one of the top quality brands of football in the local league.
“We will keep on working hard as the league becomes tighter. We still believe that with the crop of players we have this season, we will sour to greater heights,” said the former Hwange captain.
“We had a short space of time to assemble a formidable side with these young players, but our target remains that of building a conquering team in the near future. The team has already given us some few signs of where we stand now. We are doing well.”
Dube said he had been in the team for long in enough and was on course to repay management through winning some silverware.Post published in: Football