mighty wrriors 13-12-10.jpgMighty Warriors Coach, Rosemary Mugadza says she has compacted her midfield and forwards as they seek to silence Zambia in the reverse leg of the All-Africa Games qualifier in Lusaka this Sunday.


It was a convergence of minds as six coaches laid out their strategy on how to demolish Zambia’s Shepolopolo Queens.


Mugadza said the assistance has helped improve her squad particularly the midfield and strike force which lacked during the first leg.


“The strikers and midfield is now showing sting and I owe this to the concerted efforts of all the coaches around here, more importantly the adviser, Takaendesa Jongwe, who has greatly inputted towards our girls,” said Mugadza.


Mugadza said she has also been psyching up her team to be aware of the pressure that will come with playing away from home.


She said: “I have talked to the girls to give them confidence because when we play away from home, the trick would be not to succumb to pressure from supporters”.


The Zimbabwean ladies team who are carrying a 1-0 lead going into Sunday’s match will leave for Lusaka on Thursday.