Tinotenda Nyanzira, Sports Reporter
YADAH coach Genesis Mangombe says he is up for a relegation battle when they face Bulawayo Chiefs at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow.
“We are prepared and ready to play Bulawayo Chiefs on Wednesday and it’s going to be an interesting match since we are both at the bottom.
“And it’s going to be difficult so we are both fighting for safety so it’s a game we must win.
“If we get three points from them it will be a major boost for us to keep on going forward since they are still more games to play,” said Mangombe.
Miracle Boys gaffer says it’s always an advantage playing at home.
“Bulawayo Chiefs have an away disadvantage and we are playing home and we will use that advantage to get positive result,” he said.
Mangombe also pointed out they recently had a meeting with the players and the executives to discuss about winning bonuses and that will motivate them as well.
“The recently had a meeting with players, they were promised winning bonuses by their pay masters if they beat Bulawayo Chiefs.
“It’s been a while since we collected maximum points so they have to win this game to please our bosses and also players’ motivation is already there as long they fulfil this game.
“Actually this game is going to be a morale booster for us going forward, therefore, we need to collect maximum points for us to be safe this season,” added Mangombe.