Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter
DYNAMOS coach Tonderai Ndiraya says they are looking forward to the Chibuku Super Cup quarter-final match against Black Rhinos with a lot of confidence.
The Glamour Boys are also banking on the few supporters that will be allowed in the stadium.
“In football you always start at the same level, what you can only do is to plan, plan well and try and get a result, plan, play well and get a result.
“We have been planning all along since we qualified for the quarter-finals. What’s left now is to put up a good strong team which can take on Black Rhinos. They are a good team, they have given us problems in the past but l am confident that if we put up a good team with the players we have, we will get a good result,” said Ndiraya.
The DeMbare coach has used the last two matches to work on his team and give some youthful players game time.
In Sunday’s match against Harare City at Baobab, he rested five key players and handed starts to winger Albert Manenjji and 17-year-old Prince Edward Form Four student Steven Chatikobo.
“I am happy that we have a good balance l think that what is important going forward, we can pick anyone we want to use,” he said.
Ndiraya says they are also working on the psychological part of the players ahead of the encounter. The former champions that have been rebuilding are aiming for their silverware. They did well in the Chibuku Super Cup group where they did not lose any match and only conceded twice out of ten games.
However, DeMbare are wary of the army side that has always given them some problems in the past.