The Mighty Warriors are determined to make Zimbabwean football history this weekend according to assistant head coach Sithethelelwe Sibanda .
The Mighty Warriors will take on Cameroon in a Olympic qualifier at Rufaro Stadium.
Zimbabwe lost the first leg 2-1 but a good result could take them through and become the first local football team to qualify for the Olympics game to be hosted by Brazil next year.
Speaking ahead of the match ‘Kwinji 15’ as she was known during her playing days said, “This is a glorious opportunity for the girls to pen their own piece of history.
During my playing days we never came so close to making it to the Olympic Games. I think such a development will naturally boost their confidence.
Cameroon have a full strength squad and boast of foreign based players such as Deborah Enganamouit who plays in Sweden,but Zimbabwe remain unfazed with head coach Shadreck Mlauzi saying they will go all out for a win.
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