Bruce Chikuni, Sports Reporter
HIGHLANDERS skipper Ariel Sibanda says they are eyeing to retain the Chibuku Super Cup.
Sibanda helped his side remain in the path of progressing to the next stage of the competition after scoring the solitary goal against Bulawayo City.
“I had to take the responsibility as the captain and I was happy to convert from the spot. We managed to grab three points and I am grateful that we are not occupying a worrying position on the log but we still have to win the remaining games to boost our chances of progressing to the next round,” said Sibanda.
Sibanda said teamwork is helping them produce positive results.
“We are playing as a team, everything is being done collectively. Our ambition is to go beyond what is being expected from us.
“As players, we are well aware of the significance of winning the Chibuku Super Cup. We told ourselves to put our problems aside whenever we are playing,” said Sibanda.
“As it stands, the tournament’s prize money is our lifeblood. Our salary issues are being resolved. What is more important is to serve this club diligently, that is why we are striving to keep our team respected in the field of play. I want to thank the Bosso fans for their support and am pretty sure that our squabbles will soon become history,” he said.