Young Mighty Warriors ready

Blessing Malinganiza

Mighty Warriors coach Rosemary Mugadza says the girls have been doing well in practice as they prepare for the second leg of the FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifier against Malawi.

Zimbabwe played to a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Malawi with the return slated for Barbourfields on Saturday.

“We have done our best as coaches to train the team and the girls have responded well in training, “she said.

Mugadza says need to rectify on the mistakes they made in the first leg.


“In the last game we concealed in the last two minutes of the second half due to lack of concentration.

“And we have been working on their mental strength and making sure they utilize the opportunities

“We know that Malawi played a friendly match against Shepolopolo on Tuesday in Zambia and lost 1 – 0 and that shows how serious they are taking this match.

“I want to encourage the fans to come and support the girls on Saturday, “he said.

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