Mutekede recommends British-based quartet

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ZIFA technical director Wilson Mutekede has offered his observations to the new Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa on the British-based Zimbabwean footballers he travelled with to Maseru and to Windhoek in November.

Mutekede has recommended that the quartet of Tendai Darikwa, Kundai Benyu, McCauley Bonne and Admiral Muskwe be given a chance in future assignments.

“To be honest those players are really good and I feel they can be the future of the Warriors set up,” said the technical director in an interview with The Herald.

“It is a very good rejuvenation of the national team, they are very good players that are worthy to be given a chance. Without hesitation, malice, favour or fear they are good players and that is very clear, their experience of playing football in Europe is also vital to the team.”

The Warriors will resume their AFCON qualifiers with an away trip to Congo in Brazzaville in September. But before that Chidzambwa is rolling out an intensive preparatory plan to ensure the Warriors are at their best by the time the qualifiers resume.