Bosso coach admits pressure

HIGHLANDERS assistant coach Mark Mathe has acknowledged that being part of the Bulawayo football giants comes with a lot of pressure as such they will work hard to meet their targets.
Mathe was speaking at the cluba��s function held on Tuesday. At the function, which was held at their Club House, they unveiled their young signing Tapiwa a�?Sugar Sugara�? Dephistara (21).

a�?We will always strive to meet our targets as a club. We just need the support of the media because we are not superhuman. Being a Highlanders player and the cluba��s coach comes with a lot of pressure,a�? said Mathe who is the first assistant to Kelvin Kaindu.

Bosso recently bowed out of the NetOne One Wallet Cup after they fell to How Mine on penalty shootouts. Although they are on top of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League log standings with 30 points, in the just ended first half the season the black and white army drew a number of games.

The development drew the ire of their followers and sympathisers. This was also coupled with the fact that they were yet to beat their old nemesis Dynamos after eight years.

Meanwhile, Bossoa��s new kid on the block Dephistara, whose nickname probably was drawn from the fact that he comes from sugar rich Chiredzi town, has vowed to fit into the Bosso system.

a�?I have been wanting to play for Highlanders. I always had a dream to do so. I hope I will do well and I am happy I have reunited with Valentine Ndaba whom we played together at Gunners,a�? said the young attacking midfielder who reportedly possesses pace and skill.

Ndaba joined Bosso at the beginning of the year.

The Bulawayo giants have been hunting for possible replacements of Kuda Mahachi, Milton Ncube and Peter a�?Rioa�?Moyo who are now in the books of Mamelodi Sundowns, Ajax Cape Town and Mpumalanga Black Aces.