Gorowa plots his mission
Augustine Hwata Sports Reporter IAN Gorowa might have made a very good start in his job as the Warriors coach when his team dispatched Mauritius in their African Nations Championship qualifier but the coach is well aware of the pressure hovering around him when he guides the team in his first match at home tomorrow. Last Sunday the Warriors beat Mauritius 3-0 in Curepipe and the former Black Rhinos and Dynamos striker now hopes to notch another victory in the reverse fixture at Rufaro. Nelson Maziwisa scored a brace while Simba Sithole added the other goal as Zimbabwe dispatched Club M and a win or a draw for the Warriors will see them meeting either Botswana or Zambia in the last qualifier.
Former African champions Zambia host the Zebras at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola this afternoon. “As much as Mauritius will give us a game on Sunday, the major game should be against Zambia.
I do not want to underrate the Mauritians because the game is not yet finished and anything can happen. “We spoke about it and the players know what is expected.
“We want the players to have a habit of winning and once you do that then it will be good for their confidence and for everybody,” said Gorowa. Gorowa knows that victory, and a good performance at Rufaro, will help him win the confidence of the local fans.
“As a coach the moment you get appointed, the pressure starts building.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Herald