By ZBC Reporter
Coach Norman Mapeza and his troops are now in Ghana ahead of the 2022 World Cup Qualifier against the hosts set for the Cape Coast stadium on Saturday evening.
Locally based players Kelvin Madzongwe and Rahman Kutsanzira, Zambian based Midfielder Thabani Kamusoko and the South African contingent of Talbert Shumba, Washington Arubi, Onismor Bhasera, Blessing Sarupinda, Farai Madhanhanga, Knox Mtizwa and Terrence Dzvukamanja are now in Ghana.
They joined the Tanzania based trio of Bruce Kangwa, Perfect Chikwende and Never Tigere who travelled straight to Ghana from their base.
Captain Knowledge Musona was the first to arrive in Ghana after jetting into the West African country on Monday from Saudi Arabia.
The technical department is expecting all the players to be in Ghana this Wednesday evening ahead of a full training session tomorrow.
An interesting duel is on the cards come Saturday with the encounter set to be a clash of newly appointed coaches.
Ghana’s Milovan Rajevac has done it before, having qualified for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa in his first spell with the Black Stars while former Warriors Captain Norman Mapeza is hoping to make history with a team that has never qualified for the World Cup.
The Warriors need three points to breathe life into a campaign that was left in tatters by former Coach Zdravko Logarusic but it will be a tough ask against the West African giants who are difficult to beat at home.
Zimbabwe are at the bottom of the group with a point from two matches while Ghana are on three points alongside Ethiopia with South Africa at the top with four points.
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