Mbwando shouldn’t be anywhere near Warriors
EDITOR — Characters like George Mbwando who want to pledge assistance to the Warriors after their qualification should not be allowed anywhere near the team.
We are tired of former players with no proven mentorship record coming to disturb the progress made by other men under strenuous conditions in the name of helping.
What has Mbwando achieved from his base which can convince us that he is eligible to carry water for the team, let alone offer technical assistance?
Where was he during the qualifiers when the team was going through tribulations, when Pasuwa was wrapped in a 2 in 1 blanket waiting to board the Munorurama bus as they prepared to travel to Blantyre? Too many cooks spoil the soup, especially if the new chef has no idea of what ingredients make up the relish.
The only way Mbwando can assist the Warriors is to pray for them, I do not think there is space for his input, at least not now.
If he so itches to coach the team he can apply once Pasuwa has finished his term. I am sure the job will be advertised.
His proposed spying missions do not make sense because if Zimbabwe progresses beyond the first stage, we are going to meet opponents we do not know.
Let us not entertain these “know it all” sports people unless we want to create despondency within our camp. Farai Chara