HWANGE’S GREAT PUSH
14 November 2017
HWANGE are not leaving anything to chance in their bid to survive relegation.
They made their intention known with a comprehensive win over Highlanders in their last game and now they hope to collect another maximum points against Shabanie.
“We are not safe as yet, which means we still have to continue fighting as we take each game as it comes.
“We have to continue fighting as a team until the last game. We identified our objective. We are to fight for the Hwange badge with all we have. I am happy that as a family we are finally speaking one language,” captain Obert Moyo said.
“Team work has been important in our fight. We are not intimidated at all to play at Shabanie and at this moment we are ready to face any team.
“We are not at all under pressure we are going to play our normal game and I hope by the end of the match we will walk out with the desired positive results.
As captain I encourage the boys to keep on working hard and I also take time to do the same because it is everyone’s role,” he said.
The Hwange captain believes coach Bigboy Mawiwi has been a big inspiration.
“The coach is always positive and it becomes easier for us to believe in ourselves and we have adapted to his philosophy very well.
“Youngsters like Shepherd Gadzikwa don’t have anything to prove except to play well and keep getting better by each game as they still have a bright future.”
Shabanie could be a difficult opponents as they are fighting relegation. But Hwange are determined not to disappoint their fans.
“As for our fans, everyone is grateful of the support. Their effort got us to where we are and we will deliver and make them proud,” said the skipper.