Bulawayo giants, Highlanders Football Club has lined up a mid-season workshop to empower its administrators on the latest requirements in the running of football.
With the club on a drive to ensure it is in line with the requirements of the FIFA club licensing, Tshilamoya has set organised a workshop during the mid-season break to tackle licensing, management, player contracts, welfare and medical developments in football.
Club CEO Nhlanhla Dube indicated that Bosso was geared towards ensuring that its brand is recognised among the best in the region through such ventures.
Dube also revealed that the club would in the same period hold a programme to review its strategic plan.
Meanwhile, this Sunday Bosso has a tricky clash against unpredictable Bulawayo Chiefs who gave log leaders Ngezi Platinum their first defeat of the season in their last encounter played at Luveve stadium.
After rediscovering its winning ways with the return of skillful midfielder Nigel Makumbe, Amahlolanyama will be missing the services of Tendai Ndlovu, Mbongeni Ndlovu, Gabriel Nyoni, and skipper Honest Nyoni through injury while rookie Andrew Mbeba is serving a suspension after picking a red card in his side’s 2 – 1 victory over Harare City last week Saturday at the National Sports Stadium.