9 August 2018
IT is too early to judge but what Terrence Dzvukamanja has shown in Bidvest Wits’ two games is promising.
And Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa will have a headache as he prepares to announce a team for the AFCON qualifiers.
Terrence was part of the victorious COSAFA Cup team in South Africa recently, but indications it will take a lot to command a first team place in Mhofu’s side when all the players are available.
The former Ngezi Platinum star scored his first goal for Wits against Kaizer Chiefs in a 3-1 win on Tuesday.
It was a match he also provided an assist to make it two assists in two games.
It didn’t matter Khama Billiat was playing for the opposite team, Terrence showed a lot of composure in a team considered one of the strongest in the ABSA Premiership.
Billiat on the other hand was menacing but wasteful for a Chiefs side yet to win a game so far.
Wits’ win ensured they go top of the ABSA Premiership in what now looks like a promising year for them.
In another match played same day, Mamelodi Sundowns were on fire in a 2-0 win with Warriors goalie, George Chigova made crucial saves for Polokwane.