Chicken Inn and former national team defender Hebert Dick has come out guns blazing and boldly declared that as a team, they are not at all scared or worried about Motor Action’s current form.
In an interview, Dick, a warrior who has been through many battles, challenged his fellow teammates to rise to the occasion and prove to all and sundry that the Gamecox were here to stay when they face Motor Action in this weekend’s fixture in Harare.
“The onus is on us the players to rise to the occasion and prove that we are part of the big boys of the league.
“The management has done its part and we have to do ours in the ground,” said Dick, who will watch the match from the sidelines.
“We are not worried about Motor Action. We drew the first match with them and we can surely get a better result away from home as we will not be under pressure,” he added.
Dick is a veteran of many battles and at the age of 32, he surely knows a bit about being underdogs and in the process upstaging the so-called top dogs.
He was part of the national team that qualified for the 2006 Africa Cup of Nations tournament and has seen his talent take him abroad to Poland where he played for Legia Warszawa. Locally he has played for Highlanders, Monomotapa, AmaZulu and Bantu Rovers.
“We have played a number of matches so far in the league and I can safely say we have proved our capabilities. Our team is now more balanced than at the beginning of the season. We therefore cannot be worried and concerned much about Motor Action,” added Dick.
Chicken Inn added two strikers, Tendai Ndoro and Evans Chikwaikwai during the mid-season transfer window to bolster their attack and the duo has brought in more goals with each player so far scoring two goals.