Kat­sande not wor­ried about cap­taincy

The Herald (Zimbabwe) - - Sport - Mukudzei Ching­were Sports Re­porter

FOR­MER War­riors skip­per Wil­lard Kat­sande is not con­cerned about the prospect of play­ing for the na­tional team with­out the arm­band on his re­turn to the fold ahead of the African Cup of Na­tions qual­i­fier away to Liberia in Mon­rovia next week­end.

Coach Sun­day Chidzambwa’s men travel to Liberia know­ing that if they avoid de­feat at the Sa­muel Kanyon Doe Sports Sta­dium on November 18, they will book their place at the fi­nals.

Kat­sande is set to re­turn for the first time to the se­nior side af­ter lead­ing them at the 2017 fi­nals in Gabon where he was cap­tain un­der Cal­listo Pa­suwa. The Kaizer Chiefs vice cap­tain an­nounced his re­tire­ment from in­ter­na­tional foot­ball af­ter the tour­na­ment, but later made a U-turn and Chidzambwa has in­cluded the 31-yearold mid­fielder in his squad.

Knowl­edge Mu­sona is, how­ever, the War­riors cap­tain, with Ovidy Karuru deputis­ing the An­der­lecht man.

Kat­sande said his main fo­cus is on help­ing the War­riors cross the line and seal their Na­tions Cup qual­i­fi­ca­tion.

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