Zuze’s boys booked a ticket for the final of the inaugural completion, sponsored by telecommunications giant Net One, at the weekend after they outclassed Bulawayo-based Chicken Inn in the semi-finals.
This means they will now clash with Dembare in the final later this month. The Glamour Boys also thrashed How Mine 2-0 at the same venue.
“I am not moved by the fact that we will be facing Dynamos in the final. We will be prepared for them, and ready to win the cup,” said Zuze. In his last encounter with Dembare in a league match a fortnight ago, Zuze’s men tumbled 1-2 despite having opened the score sheet.
“It’s a game of football and every match is new. We do not read in the past. After qualifying for the final, I think the boys are now self-motivated to grab the cup,” he said.
Should the former Monomotapa coach succeeds to beat DeMbare and carry the trophy to the lowveld, it will be a milestone achievement for the club and a great step towards solidifying Zuze’s grip on the technical bench.
Winners of the competition will receive $80,000 while runners up will pocket $50,000. Chicken Inn and How Mine, who were semi-finalists, will get $30,000 and the teams that get knocked out of the quarterfinals get $20,000 each.Post published in: Football