Highlanders expects a vociferous and enthusiastic full-house this weekend against Quelaton at Barbourfields this weekend for many reasons.
For one, Mkhokheli Dube, the preditory prodigal son signed and is raring to go. He spent a very successful stinct at the USA Major SoccerLeague. His goal-scoring exploits will be at the test and who wants to miss that.
Bosso captain, Innocent Mapuranga celebrates the Warriors national team call-up. Many players see Rahman Gumbo’s permanent appointment as Warriors coach as a chance for possibilities to open up for them if they perform.
With ther three players Peter Moyo, Bruce Kangwa and Ariel Sibanda, already on Rush’s list, there is no doubt that a good performance may see them noticed. The quartet have a point to prove their selection is no fluke.
In as much as they will be putting up a show, it is said revenge is sour, and this one is that of a woman scorned. Quelaton stole a draw in the last meeting a few weeks back when they took steam out of the boiling Tshilamoya.
Mantengwane expects to start the second round matches stronger than they did the season’s beginning half. It is a derby and no-one survives those twice at BF and Amahlolanyama want to set the record straight and be the custodians of the bragging rights.
The team is in good form and has an opportunity to be champions for the first time in many years. Coach Kelvin Kaindu is a God fearing person and there is no doubt on the bias of divine intervention.
The crowd enjoyed the commaradership of old in their full-house against Dembare and it will be ever so nice to relive those memories within days. Highlanders hosted the Harare team two weeks ago to attract their biggest crowd to date in half a dozen years.
The argument as to whether it was Dynamos that pulled the crowd will be put to the test and rest in peace, with a bigger turnout at the weekend. Above all, everyone love Highlanders.
God bless Bosso!