Tinotenda Nyanzira, Sports Reporter
HERENTALS will be looking forward to redeem their season with a good fight in the Chibuku Super Cup.
The Students, currently struggling in the Premier Soccer League, face holders Triangle in the first round of the competition at Gibbo.
And coach Kumbirai Mutiwekuziva says he is up for the challenge.
“This is what came out of the draw and what is now important is to prepare for the encounter.
“Of course, they (Triangle) are holders but we will compete to progress to the next stage,” he said.
He said cup games are different from the league and they need to shift focus to a new chapter come end of September.
“We are looking forward to redemption and open a new chapter as far our form id concerned. This cup (Chibuku Super Cup) might also restore our confidence in the league.
“I target progression to the next round and attain better stage than what we achieved last year.
“We also need to equip our players with all aspects of the game technical, physiological, tactical and physical so that they meet demand of cup competition,” said Mutiwekuziva.
This season preliminary round begins this Saturday at Mandava with a double header between TelOne versus Yadah and Bulawayo Chiefs versus Mushowani.
Winners will join other teams in the first round which is set to be played between 28-29 September.