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'Bosso still has a chance,' says Kaindu

by Sports reporter
23 Feb 2013 at 15:44hrs | 3970 Views
The Bob @89 second leg battle lines are now drawn with Zimbabwe giants Highlanders hopeful of overturning a 2-1 first leg deficit.

Some Dynamos fans have ruled out the possibility of a Highlanders comeback but Bosso head coach Kelvin Kaindu believes the Bulawayo giants still have a chance of landing the Bob@89 trophy.

Highlanders will be missing the services of Bhekimpilo Ncube who has been ruled out, with Eric Mudzingwa doubtful for Sunday's showdown.

Despite the injury woes, Bosso boast of able replacements capable of causing an upset come this Sunday.

Chief among Highlanders key players will be 2012 Soccer Star of the Year Runner-up, Masimba Mambare, who is expected to be a thorn in Dembare's defence.

Mthulisi Maphosa will be another key man with the likes of Peter Moyo and Graham Ncube expected to be vital personnel in engineering a possible Highlanders come back.

Harare giants Dynamos carry a 2-1 first leg lead, thanks to goals from their captain Tawanda Muparati and Patrick Khumbula who gave the Glamour Boys a slender 2-1 lead, with Bosso scoring through Beavan Chikaka.

Source - zbc
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