KAINDU’S CHIBUKU DREAM
22 September 2017
HOW MINE coach Kelvin Kaindu is optimistic they will get the better of Bantu Rovers in the Chibuku Super Cup first round at Ascot on Sunday.
Bantu Rovers had a brilliant preliminary round match when they dismissed Tsholotsho 3-1.
“It is an honour to play in the Chibuku clash and we are ready to play and do our best.
“Our hopes are to make it through and progress to the next stage and I am praying for a medal,” said Kaindu.
He added: “They won 3-1 but I think it will be an open and entertaining game.
“Most players are back from injury and it is great considering our upcoming match with them.”
Kaindu believes in taking risks.
“Right now it is training as usual. I’m just urging my boys to maintain focus and the rest is up to them.
“Playing in the tournament is enough motivation for them and I think this fact will be able to push them through. We have to attack.”
The How Mine coach believes our football is good and the teams provide competition.
“The type of football in Zimbabwe is good standard and mostly competitive. This pushes teams and players to work even harder.”
“As for now the issue is to maintain focus ahead of the challenge and I hope the next matches will bring better prospects in the future.”
“Our fans should come and support us and we promise to put on a fight.”
“The match will be an open one but our fans should come to assist us as they are part of the match,” he said.