Mosi vow to stay resolute

25 Sep, 2020 - 08:09 0 Views
Mosi vow to stay resolute Try Ncube

B-Metro

Fungai Muderere
AFTER five of their executive members that were religiously contributing their hard-earned cash to help steer the Mosi Rovers ship were recently affected by the Covid-19 in the resort town of Victoria Falls, club chairman Martin Mhlanga has vowed that they will not throw in the towel.

Mosi Rovers is a Zifa Southern Region Division One outfit that survives on the benevolence of the Victoria Falls-based tourism community that has borne the brunt of Covid-19.

“The situation in the tourism industry has not been so rosy. As such we are feeling the pinch. Five of our executive members that were religiously contributing money to help the club, were heavily affected by Covid-19. We have seen companies closing in Victoria Falls but in the mid of this storm we will remain resolute. At times it’s not all about abundance of resources, we need to move on with our vision and showcase our true leadership qualities,” said Mhlanga.

At the beginning of the year the club hired former Bulawayo City coach Try Ncube.

For Try, going back to Victoria Falls meant he was heading home since he has a house in the resort town and his family lives there. He took over the Mosi Rovers coaching position from Mehluli Moyo who assumed the role on a voluntary basis after the departure of Gift Lunga Junior.

After surviving relegation last season, Ncube and his charges would be expected to bring premiership football to Victoria Falls.

The 46-year-old Ncube, a holder of a Caf B coaching qualification had applied for exemption from Zifa in order to take charge of Bulawayo City in the PSL.

Ncube said he left Bulawayo City to take up a new challenge.

He expressed his gratitude to Philani “Beefy” Ncube who engaged him as his assistant in 2016. Philani has since made a return to Amakhosi as their head coach.

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