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'Bosso can overturn the scoreline,' says Kaindu

by Sports reporter
12 Feb 2013 at 04:14hrs | 4047 Views
Highlanders' coach Kelvin Kaindu is confident that his charges can overturn the scoreline when the two teams clash in the final in two weeks' time.

"I am always positive and I have confidence in my players. We might be 2-1 down but we are definitely not out. It is possible to overturn the scoreline and we are going to work hard and ensure that we win in Harare," said Kaindu.

Lawson Nkomo, who had a horrific show when Bosso played host to Mamelodi Sundowns a fortnight ago, put up an improved performance with Peter "Rio" Moyo enjoying himself in the midfield for Highlanders.

Masimba Mambare was kept under lock and key for the better part of the afternoon by Muparati and Ocean Mashure but Dynamos were always playing second fiddle to Bosso for the better part of the game.

Mthulisi Maphosa, Bhekimpilo Ncube, Peter and Mambare formed Highlanders' attack while DeMbare coach Callisto Pasuwa opted to have two defensive midfielders - Stephen Alimenda and Gift Bello.

Dynamos defenders Patson Jaure and Thomas Magorimbo did well to keep Bosso strikers Chikaka and Graham Ncube at bay.

Kaindu said the club did not have money to buy strikers. "Yes we have problems with strikers and to be honest the club does not have money to buy a striker. What this means is that we use the strikers we have. As a coach my job is to produce strikers who will score for the team," said Kaindu.

Source - TC
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