MHOFU ON HWANGE
24 November 2017
SUNDAY “Mhofu” Chidzambwa says they will play their normal game when they face Hwange at Nyamhunga tomorrow.
It is a must-win tie for Bigboy Mawiwi’s charges who are fighting to survive relegation.
Anything short of victory could see Hwange, who have 37 points, going down if either Bulawayo City or Harare City win their games.
“For us this is a normal game. We play the game to try and win. We have our own priorities as a club and that is to try and win the game and end the season on a high,” Mhofu said.
Hwange have been in top form while ZPC Kariba have failed to be consistent in their performances.
“We have not been having the best of periods, going for a long time without a win. So I believe this maybe the time to produce something different.
“We know what we are up against. They have been doing very well and results show.
“But I don’t know what really to expect in terms of style. I have not watched Hwange this year because when we played them, I was not around,” said Mhofu.
Mawiwi was appointed Hwange coach when it was a bit late, with the purpose of fighting to help the team survive relegation. He is now only one win away from surviving.