Tinotenda Nyanzira, Sports Reporter
Chapungu coach Thomas Chinyan’anya says he is not worried with their inaction in the Premiership for the past two weeks.
Action resumes next week with the final two rounds of matches between 10-15 December.
Chapungu have lost three matches and a goalless draw in their last four matches, which has left them in relegation trouble.
“In football there is always a possibility of players losing their concentration and momentum because they are not playing their matches.
“But you know sometimes players needs rest so that we can work on our weaknesses and prepare for our next matches.
“It’s also a time to assess all my players and so far so good everything is in order, there are no injuries so I’m not worried at all.
“We are prepared for our next last two assignments and we did not play any friendly matches, just resting and we start our normal programme next week Tuesday,” he said.
Chapungu are currently sitting on 11th position with 39 points, five points behind the top eight.
With two games Chinyan’anya said his objective to finish in the top eight has not changed.
“I need maximum concentration from the boys so we can achieve our objective to finish in the top eight,” he said.