‘Bosso still in race’

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Sport - Te­dious Manyepo

HIGH­LANDERS’ mid-sea­son ac­qui­si­tion Allen Ga­hadzikwa be­lieves the Cas­tle Lager Pre­mier­ship cham­pi­onship ti­tle is still there for the pick­ing and his side are firmly in the race.

The for­mer cham­pi­ons have gone for five con­sec­u­tive matches with­out post­ing a win.

The bar­ren spell has seen them los­ing to Caps United, Mutare City, Tri­an­gle and ZPC Kariba as well as shar­ing the spoils with city ri­vals Chicken Inn. Bosso are now 10 points be­hind lead­ers FC Plat­inum. Ga­hadzikwa, who won the ti­tle with Mo­tor Ac­tion in 2010, said his side were still in the race.

“Our team has not been do­ing very well in the past five games and it is ob­vi­ously a con­cern con­sid­er­ing that we have slipped from the po­si­tion we were on the log stand­ings.

“We have to pull our socks to try and play catch up with the top teams.

“The sec­ond half of the sea­son is al­ways dif­fi­cult but we are go­ing to give it our best shot to try and force our way to the podium,” he said.

Iron­i­cally, Bosso have not won a match since the mid­fielder ar­rived from Caps United.

“Yes, the team has failed to win since I joined them but I am no su­per­sti­tious, I just hope and be­lieve that we will get it right and force our way back to the top,” said Ga­hadzikwa.

Allen Ga­hadzikwa

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