25 April 2018
CHAPUNGU coach Tendai Chikuni could be the new victim of new sheriff in town, Taurai Mangwiro.
Triangle have been unstoppable of late and on Sunday they host Chapungu at Gibbo in what promises to be an exciting match.
“We have young players who can carry the team very far and given how they have been doing in their last few matches, we have much to prove,” said Chikuni.
Many did not expect Triangle to be fourth with 13 points at this stage of the season.
And Chapungu will need to be at their very best to get at least a point from the lowveld.
Against Herentals in their last game, they showed they can do anything to force results.
“Football is a tough sport which means you have to grind hard in order to get positive results, our match against Herentals was very tough but we managed to score one goal to collect maximum points.
“Herentals have been winning in their past few matches so it was not a matter of undermining their performance and presence in the League,” said Chikuni.
“In the last game, we started well playing good football but as you know Herentals were a tough. In the second half, we were getting chances at goal so we managed to score.
“We had few chances and Chihowa managed to score for us, winning at home gives us confidence so we are happy to win.
“There is no time to rest as we prepare for our next match and always there is room for improvement.
“I am never satisfied with our performance so we continue to work on our mistakes,” he said.