Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
CAPS United goalkeeper Tatenda Munditi says Covid-19 pandemic and the delay in the start of the season has given him enough time to work on his skills as he eyes a bounce back.
Munditi said he is working tirelessly to adapt to modern goalkeeping trends online.
“I have been working more on my weaknesses and adding value to my talent.
“I’m working on making sure that I use this time wisely and use it to my advantage to be better than I was before.
” I want to go further with my career trying to improve and reclaim my position,” said Munditi.
Munditi will be fighting with Wallace Maglane and Tonderai Mateyaunga in the goal keeping department.
He said having had an unsuccessful stint at Ngezi he eyes a better and a bigger 2020 for him.
“I am expecting big things this season.
” I am at a big team and if I work hard and play well many eyes will be watching me especially outside clubs.
“All I have to do is work hard and fight for the first eleven jersey, with God nothing is impossible,” he added.
Munditi joined CAPS at the beginning of this season together with many new faces like Leroy Mavunga, Innocent Mucheneka, Wallace Maglane, James Marufu, Tinashe Balakasi, Ishmael Wadi, Diro Nyenye among others.