warriorss.jpgWarriors interim coach Sunday Chidzambwa has made several changes to the Warriors team that lost one nil to Namibia in the African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier in the first leg match last weekend.

The Warriors play the return leg of the CHAN qualifier against Namibia this Sunday at the National Sports Stadium.

Warriors technical team has dropped Obey Mwerahari, Emmanuel Mandiranga and Moses Muchenje.

In comes Simon Munawa, Milton Ncube, Praise Tonga, Marshal Mudehwe, Devon Chafa, Honest Moyo and Ronald Chitiyo while Gerald Takwara is expected to have recovered from a bout of flue.

Chidzambwa bemoaned the numerous scoring opportunities wasted in Namibia and a disallowed goal by Malawian referee but is hopeful the reinforcements will give his side an edge and attacking options at home.

Training resumed late today afternoon well after 4 pm as players trickled back into camp after the 2:30pm starting time.

Five players, Chitiyo, Abbas Amidu and Devon Chafa of Caps United while How Mine’s Milton Ncube and Pause Tonga who will play in a rescheduled PSL match at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow evening will rejoin camp on Thursday after the match and Mhofu hopes they will not incur any injuries and would have recovered from fatigue in time for Sunday’s return leg.

Zimbabwe have qualified for every CHAN tournament since its inception  in 2009, and would like to overturn the Windhoek result and qualify for the finals in Kenya.