18 February 2019
ORLANDO Pirates star Marshal Munetsi says he has always admired former Warriors captain Tinashe Nengomasha.
The youthful Munetsi has been doing well for Sunday Chidzambwa’s men in the AFCON qualifiers has been praised for his contribution to club and country.
The versatile player said he hopes all players can carry their club form to the most important game for many of the current crop of Warriors players.
“I think most of our players are playing well at their clubs and it’s good for us as a team to be confident and to be ready for the big match that is next month.
“For me it’s a great honour to be regarded in that why by the best player l watched growing up and admiring to be like him and playing in the same position as him.
“I’m very honored by the words of one of Zimbabwe’s best ever midfielder Tinashe ‘Father’ Nengomasha and l will keep on doing my best at club level and national level to emulate the team that Qualified for Afcon last time,” he said.
The 22-year-old believes he will get better with time after cementing his place for club and country.
“My progress has been good but it can be better and the time of coaching l get at club level and national team level has helped me a lot to adapt to different situations in games and different positions that l play.
“Our season has been good and we were just unlucky losing out in the Telkom Final and also on been knocked out of the Nedbank, but our main focus is the league and CAF now to make sure we get a trophy for this great club and for our supporters who have been behind us in this very challenging season.
“For our beloved Warriors supporters, l would encourage them to come and support us on our final home match in March and their support has been pushing us forward in difficult times and for them also to be the 12th player against Congo Brazzaville,” he said.