Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
CAPS United forward Ishmael Wadi says the current situation has given them time to rest but prays the Covid-19 pandemic disappears for a quick return to normalcy.
This comes after the suspension of all sporting activities in most parts of the world – including Zimbabwe – as the fight against the deadly virus continues
CAPS are among the majority of local teams that have suspended training and ordered their players to stay at home.
Wadi said they remain positive that the world will get over the disaster.
“We did not ask for this type of situation. It has affected everyone.
“Yes we miss being in action but it is also giving us players a time to rest and recover.
“It’s time for us to re-energise, refocus and come back charged.
“We also hope that the situation will normalise soon,” said Wadi.
The former Harare City star said the situation has its bad side too.
He said it is also disturbing their bonding process.
The bulk of the players at Makepekepe are new and Wadi believes it was time for them to bond.
“The team has many new faces and this has affected our bonding process.
“We were working on combinations that again has been put on hold.
“Our preparations in general have been affected but since the date of when the league will start haven’t been announced yet. I am positive we will hit the ground running as soon as the situation normalises,” he added.