Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter
FC Platinum interim coach Lizwe Sweswe says they are aiming to collect maximum points in their game against relegation faced side Mushowani.
The tow clash on Saturday at Mandava.
“Mushowani are playing very well taking into consideration that they are fighting relegation.
‘So it’s going to be a tough game but the boys are doing well in training. The boys are training hard to make sure we come out with a positive result, “he said.
Pure Platinum Play are two points behind log leaders CAPS United and wining this game will take them on top.
However Sweswe says they are not under pressure though it will be nice for them to retain championship.
“I think we are taking each game as it comes that’s all l can say.
“We are not having any pressure looking on the log. But what is important now is playing our game and make sure that we collect maximum points, “he said.
“At the beginning of the season we set up some goals we want to achieve and what is important now is we are halfway now to achieve those things.
“But l think it’s good that now maybe we keep up the momentum as a team and every player or coach would want to achieve those thing”
Sweswe will miss the services of Never Tigere and Lawrence Mhlanga who are on national duty.
“As a coach we would want those guys to be here but what we can do they are on national duty.
“So we have to come up with another option since we have got more players, “he said.