Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Mochudi Rovers appoint Muzadzi as head coach

As they get ready for the beginning of the season, Mochudi Rovers have appointed former Township Rollers assistant coach Zachariah Muzadzi as head coach.

Muzadzi who has been a coach since 2008 after being a player, says being appointed in this position is a big challenge for his career.

“I am coming to Mochudi Rovers to start a great legacy, all eyes will be on me to see if I can achieve whatever am wishing to achieve. I am so excited I cannot wait to start my first training with the team.”

When asked on what his duties entails, Muzadzi had this to say: “My duties as the head coach is not only to coach the first team, it is to look at the development side as well because I have so much interest in youth development. Mochudi kids should be happy as they are in good hands everyone will have a fair chance to be introduced to the senior team.”

“I have so many players I have introduced to professional football and I am going to do so here as well,” added Muzadzi.

Moreover, Muzadzi noted that he will contribute immensely to the club’s growth. He said “I will contribute to the club’s growth through professionalism, introducing new technicalities to the first division clubs and also to eliminate the old style of doing things in the club.”

“I am looking forward to achieving a place in the premier league with the club as well as to develop interest in attracting sponsors for the club,” opined Muzadzi.

Furthermore, when asked of the challenges he had previously experienced whilst in the same position and how he overcame them, Muzadzi had this to say “whilst an acting head coach at Township Rollers, my biggest challenge was picking the best squad for the game, through the help of my technical team and I, we always chose a compatible team that conquered our opponents.”

“I cannot implement my ideas and achieve our set goals without the help of the team management, technical team as well as the Mochudi Rovers supporters who are the key players here. We are coming back in an era where we are faced with covid19 pandemic, where all precautionary measures shall be taken into place at all times to ensure our safety as well as to stay safe,” said Muzadzi.

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