DeMbare look ahead

19 Oct, 2021 - 10:10 0 Views
DeMbare look ahead Tonderai Ndiraya

H-Metro

Rest Mutore, Sports Reporter
DYNAMOS coach Tonderai Ndiraya says they shifted their focus in the Chibuku Super Cup the time they sealed a qualification in the quarter finals.
Ndiraya said they have been playing their remaining matches preparing for the quarter finals – which they now face Black Rhinos.

DeMbare were the first team to qualify for the last eight and played about four matches as ‘dead rubbers.’

And reacting to their 1-1 draw against rivals CAPS United at the weekend, Ndiraya said the focus is now on Rhinos.

“We have started to plan for that one (against Rhinos) already, we have seen Black Rhinos several times so we have already started planning for that game,” he said.

Ndiraya has expressed disappointment with their stalemate against CAPS saying they needed a win to keep the momentum.

“I am a little bit disappointed in the result because we were taking this game as a quarter final for us and we really needed to win,” said Ndiraya.

The Harare giants are unbeaten in this campaign and face Harare City in their last match.

Ndiraya said they are treating the match seriously since they want to build a winning mentality going into the quarters.

City are also going into the match looking for a positive result since a slip and win for ZPC Kariba elsewhere will see them bow out of the competition.

“We keep on preparing; we are playing another quarter final before the quarter final against Harare City, so I want my team to play these games with that mentality.

“We are looking forward to getting that and that is the only chance we have to fine tune our team before the quarter final that if we don’t play the league games in between,” said Ndiraya.

Ndiraya said they are going into the match with caution, describing Rhinos as their bogey side.

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