By Wellington Makonese
PREMIER Soccer League clubs continue to sharpen their swords ahead of the resumption of the Chibuku Super Cup with Harare City one of the teams gunning for glory.
Harare City resumed training this Tuesday ahead of the resumption of the Chibuku Super Cup having retained the bulk of their players, with no injury concerns.
The Sunshine Boys are upbeat about their chances despite a long lay-off that comes with fitness concerns.
“We just have three days to train and expect to play in seven days but we are grateful to the government that we have managed to start playing. Scientifically we should be giving these players six weeks to prepare but like I said before our players were competing and it is the case with all the other teams all the coaches have the same issues.”
With the Harare derby against Caps United in sight, the Sunshine Boys technical department says the Sunshine boys are taking advantage of the tournament to strengthen the squad ahead of the resumption of the league.
“We have been competing in the past few games but we going to use it to strengthen the player’s fitness ahead of the league in October so that we become competitive.”
Harare City lies fourth in their group with six points and will square off with Makepekepe next Thursday having played to a one-all draw in the reverse fixture.