Bulawayo Chiefs coach Thulani Sibanda is not pressing any panic buttons yet despite his side sitting on the bottom of the log after losing all four opening games.
The Ninjas suffered their fourth loss at the weekend, a 4-1 hammering by Caps United in Harare. But the coach is not much concerned, and he believes they are close to finding the right formula.
“We’re not worried at all about where we are because we’re working on getting ourselves out of that position,” said Sibanda, according to The Chronicle.
“What we’ve been working on is the players’ physique, and now that they’re fit, we will start working on tactics. We’ll start picking points soon, and from our next three games, I’m confident we will get at least six points.”
Chiefs have a game in hand against Black Rhinos. They host an equally struggling Yadah side at Luveve Stadium on Saturday.