Tinotenda Nyanzira, Sports Reporter
TELONE coach Jairos Tapera says they are not intimidated going into their Premiership encounter against Chicken Inn at Ascot this afternoon.
“We are TelOne, we do not look at how big our opponents are and we are not fearing them. We will just play our usual game plan, that is playing to win.
“And without disrespecting them I know they are a very difficult team to play, and I know they are going to give us a tough match tomorrow.
“It is going to be a difficult game for us but we will do our very best to come up with a very good result,” said Tapera.
He said his side has been playing well in their previous fixtures and are looking forward to keep the form.
The WiFi Boys are coming from a 1-1- draw away at Hwange.
“I think we are doing well as a team and our performances show we can compete with any team in the Premier Soccer League.
“We are fully prepared and ready for this match and of course we are very hopeful for a positive result tomorrow (today),” he said.
For the first time this season the WIFI boys will be playing at their usual home ground, Ascot and Tapera said he delighted with that.
“I’m appealing to all TelOne fans to come in their numbers to support their local team and witness PSL action for the first time this season at Ascot stadium.
“This ground is where we were promoted into to the topflight and the boys are used to play from this ground and I’m hoping a home advantage will also benefit us to get a positive result against Chicken Inn,” Tapera said.