9 November 2018
HARARE CITY skipper Tendai Samanja has urged fans to come in their numbers for the Chibuku Super Cup final against Triangle United tomorrow.
Samanja is positive they will retain the Chibuku title for the third time.
“We are going there to fight because we know it’s not going to be an easy game but we are ready for them.
“This is a different game from the league matches which we have planned for to do our best.
“Supporters should come in their numbers to support us,” he said.
Despite winning the cup twice in a row, the Sunshine Boys coach Mark Harrison says records mean nothing when it comes to cup games.
“Yes we have won the Chibuku cup twice but that means nothing really. If we win it for the third time then happy days for us doesn’t make any difference in our approach.
“It is a one game thing that requires a different approach and winning on Saturday despite the past performances we have made,” he said.
Harrison added that he is not at all bothered to face Taurai Mangwiro on Saturday who was once Harare City’s coach.
“My fellow coach Taurai Mangwiro was of course with Harare City before but am not at all worried about that because players and performances change with time.
“Like I said before every game requires a different approach and ours is making sure we play to win.
“We are going there prepared for penalties but also focusing on getting our chances right, ” he said.