MARK HIS WORDS
9 August 2018
HARARE City coach Mark Harrison hopes to end their winless streak since the second half of the season started by beating Mutare City at Rufaro on Friday.
The Sunshine Boys have recorded three consecutive draws.
“From where we stand right now, all teams are playing their best football to end in a better position so Mutare City Rovers for us will not be an exception.
“As one of the worst teams at the moment, they are surely fighting to survive relegation and we will not take that game as an obvious win.
“We still have to work hard to guarantee ourselves those three points,” he said.
Harrison was disappointed by his charges in their last matches.
“If you notice, our last game against Chapungu I wasn’t happy because our standards slipped a little bit.
“We were working on building our intensity these past few weeks and I talked to the boys. I hope they have improved on that so now we need a response and a reaction.
“We will face Mutare City with the mind-set that they are fighting for at least a point to stay in the league,” he said.