CAPS’ vast attacking options
3 April 2018
CAPS United striker John Zhuwawu says he is motivated by the competition in the team saying it gives him the urge to work hard.
CAPS frontline boasts of Zhuwawu, Nigerian Abassirim Chidiebere, Simba Nhivi, Brian Muzondiwa and Tony Fugo and there seem to be competition for a starting position.
In the previous game against FC Platinum, Zhuwawu partnered Muzondiwa while Nhivi has been forced to play wide.
Fugo was introduced as a substitute in the first half in the game they played Harare City playing wide before he was replaced in the second half.
Zhuwawu said the competition will help him improve as a player and will be hoping that they will be able to combine and play as a unit.
Yesterday, the trio of Zhuwawu, Chidiebere and Nhivi started, giving the Rhinos defence problems.
“The competition is good and I’m happy that more strikers are coming and it motivates me as a player. Managing to start shows that I’m working hard and I will keep doing so.
“The competition will help me to improve and I hope we will be combining well and win games for the team,” he said.
Zhuwawu said he will not be going for personal glory but his target for the season is to win games for the team.
“This season the target is to win each and every game that we play. We play as a team and going into the next match, we will be hoping for the maximum points,” he said.
Chitembwe believes his side is on the right path and yesterday he was happy that they managed to convert the chances they got.
He heaped praise on Nhivi for his energy when attacking and defending.