By ZBC Reporter
PREMIER Soccer League side, Harare City have set their sights of doing better than last year after a disappointing 2019 season.
With most teams being active on the transfer market ahead of the 2020 Premier Soccer League (PSL) season, Harare City have been keeping their business under wraps.
The Sunshine Boys who lost key players such as Ishmael Wadi, Tatenda Tumba, Munyaradzi Diro Nyenye and Takudzwa Chimwemwe are working tooth and nail to ensure they finish in a respectable position this season.
“Like any other club our target is to win, we want to win more games and improve from what we were last season. Last season it was difficult for us because we were found in the relegation matrix week-in week-out,” said Nelson Matongorere, Harare City FC Assistant Coach.
Matongorere is convinced that the future is bright despite having confirmed just three signings Emmanuel Mandiranga who was at relegated TelOne as well as Valentine Ndaba and Prosper Chigumba from CAPS United.
“Well our preparations so far have been so good we have nothing to complain about. We asked for 8 weeks to prepare for the season and everything has been going smoothly since we started in January. We are moving according to plan and am confident we will do better this time around especially that we have started with the team from pre-season,” he said.
As the Sunshine boys continue with their quest for an improved performance they have an opportunity to add some experienced players with the likes of former CAPS United skipper Hardlife Zvirekwi, Highlanders’ Ben Musaka, Yadah’s Morris Musiyakuvi and Zvikomborero Bizeki currently training with the club.
By ZBC Reporter