Tough task awaits Mighty War­riors cap­tain

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

EDITOR — Cap­tain­ing a na­tional team is never an easy task, it comes with a great re­spon­si­bil­ity re­quir­ing trust, ded­i­ca­tion and mu­tual re­spect.

We all love Peter Ndlovu for all he did in our na­tional col­ors which saw him set­ting records while sac­ri­fic­ing per­sonal gains for the love of his coun­try.

As Tal­ent Man­daza takes over the arm­band from Felis­tas Mu­zon­gondi, she must be warned that lead­ing the Mighty War­riors is no easy task.

Es­pe­cially as the girls are slowly prov­ing be­yond doubt that they are a spe­cial group which has the po­ten­tial to take women’s foot­ball to an­other level.

The na­tion’s dreams, the na­tion’s long-term and short-term goals all rest on her shoul­ders.

We sim­ply wish Man­daza an un­for­get­table ten­ure, a suc­cess­ful spell as the cap­tain of the side and hope­fully she is go­ing to re­ceive all the sup­port she needs for her to fully cap­tain the side to her max­i­mum abil­ity.

At the end of her ten­ure we hope she is go­ing to be rated among the finest cap­tains our Mighty War­riors have ever had.

And hope­fully she is go­ing to be rated in the same class as Peter Ndlovu. Felix Zonke, Harare

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