Chidzambwa Rings Changes To Losing Warriors Squad
…as they seek redemption
Highlanders utility player, Simon Munawa, Caps United’s Devon Chafa and Dynamos talisman Denver Mukamba are some of the players Warriors coach, Sunday Chidzambwa has called for the senior side’s crunch African Nations Championship second leg qualifier tie against the Namibia on Sunday.
After falling one-nil to the Brave Warriors of Namibia last weekend, Zimbabwe is looking for nothing but victory as a loss or draw will spell the end of the Warriors road to the CHAN finals.
Warriors manager, Wellington Mupandare who released the list of players called into camp ahead of the crunch match, said the squad will be trimmed from the initial 25 to 18 on Saturday.
Caps United midfielder, Ronald Chitiyo returns to the team having missed Sunday’s loss in Windhoek over family issues while teammate, Abbas Amidu has been rewarded with a rare call up for his sterling performance in the African Safari which has seen North African teams inquiring about the striker.
The Warriors have to win by a two goal margin without reply if they are to advance to the next round of the CHAN qualifiers.
25 Man Squad called up
Herbert Rusawo (Black Rhinos), Petros Mhari (FC Platinum), Takabva Mawaya (Ngezi Platinum).
Dennis Dauda (Yadah FC), Jimmy Dzingai (Yadah), Jimmy Tigere (Harare City), Divine Lunga (Chicken Inn), Ocean Mushure (Dynamos), Milton Ncube (How Mine), Praise Tonha (How Mine), Peter Muduwa (Highlanders), Jameson Mukombwe (Black Rhinos).
Marshall Mudehwe (FC Platinum), Ronald Chitiyo (Caps United), Innocent Mucheneka (Chicken Inn), Simon Munawa (Highlanders), Liberty Chakoroma (Ngezi Platinum),Raphael Manuvire (ZPC Kariba), Talent Chawapiwa (FC Platinum), Denver Mukamba (Dynamos), Leroy Mavhunga (Yadah), Devon Chafa (Caps).
Abbas Amidu (Caps), Francisco Zekumbawire (ZPC Kariba), Prince Dube (Highlanders).