8 August 2018
YADAH coach Thomas Ruzive believes he has a strong side to finish the last part of the season on a high.
Ruzive says despite losing key player Jimmy Dzingai, who has been doing well so far, his team will continue to put on a good show in the remaining games.
“The boys have been performing well of late and even though we have lost Jimmy Dzingai, the good thing is that we have enough replacements.
“There is Lincoln Zvasiya who we have been monitoring during training to see how far he can go so we can decide on when he will be playing,” he said.
Ruzive added that the two week hiatus gave his side ample time to prepare for their coming games.
Yadah face Herentals at Rufaro on Sunday.
“The time we took without playing was enough to prepare us for the coming challenges and I believe we have assessed our players enough to know what we need to work on.
“Our target in the last remaining games is to play better and end in a better position than that of last season.
“We have been doing well since second half which is a positive for us and that is what we need to maintain,” Ruzive said.