Young Chimodzi, the coach of Silvers strikers showed the hope in his squad which is full of young players.
As the super league of this season draws closer, Chimodzi commended some of his players who are young and energetic. Chimodzi believed that with such youngsters, they have built a team to win any coming trophy on their way.
“I have faith in these youngsters. If they play together for some time, they will be a force to reckon with,” he said.
In his squad, have players like Clement Trota, mark Fodya, Tizgowere Kumwenda and Matthews Sibale who stood firm in defending Nyasa Big Bullets and other Super league teams during preseason.
Anticipatory, Chimodzi promised that this squad will cope with physical play of teams such as Masco, Be Forward Wanderers, Moyale, Red Lions and Epac FC.
“During preseason, we played against many teams. I have discovered that these boys have the mental and physical capabilities to withstand sure pressure,” he said.
Fortunately, these words will be tested on this coming Sunday as his team is facing Be Forward Wanderers according to fixtures in super league.
However, the Wanderers coach Jack Chamangwana has warned opponents against counting out his team following 2-0 loss to Big Bullets in Charity Cup.