Baroka FC head coach Wedson Nyirenda says the technical team has been working hard to improve their goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze.
The 28-year-old has been in fine form of late which earned him a Man of the match award against Mamelodi Sundowns on Tuesday.
According to the Citizen, a South African newspaper, Nyirenda said:
“Chipezeze has come of age in the goalkeeping. He has been there for us in the past six games, and he’s done a great job.
“Every other good team must have a good goalkeeper first. We have worked so hard to bring Chipezeze to where he is, and I thank God for the goalkeeper coach Thomas Nare, he is doing a great job with the goalkeepers. If you have a good goalkeeper you are sure of safety at the back.”
Chipezeze joined the Limpopo side in the pre-season from Chicken Inn and quickly made an impact which also helped the team win their maiden trophy in the top flight league last weekend.