12 October 2018
Harare City coach Mark Harrison says despite one of his strikers William Manondo not doing well in the Premier League, he still has confidence in the player.
Manondo who has been scoring often in the Chibuku Super Cup than in the r league is still in Harrison’s plans.
“His form has been a little up and down during the early part of the season in the Premier League but I think recently he has come to the front again which is good for him.
“He has a few goals for us with Chibuku Cup so am hoping he can continue with the form in the league.
“He needs to perform as player to his best in all the games and I am positive about his performance,” Harrison said.
Harrison said they will not take the game against Black Rhinos on Saturday lightly as they prepare to resume their premier league clashes.
“As a norm we are preparing well for the game which we know will be a physical battle for sure.
“Black Rhinos is a stable team which is very difficult to beat but we are going there to earn that right to win,” Harrison said.
He believes the Sunshine Boys have managed to reach the target of staying in the league and will now focus on long term goals.
“We have achieved our targets this year of making sure we are not relegated and being in the title race was never in our equation.
“Now we are looking towards improving for next season and use the few games left to look at a few players in the league,” he added.