NEWLY-promoted Premiership side Triangle’s gaffer Gishon Ntini is impressed with his side’s level of concentration after they ended the season on a remarkable note.
REPORT BY KENNETH NYANGANI SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
They won 3-1 against Masvingo United in Eastern Region encounter at Mucheke Stadium on Sunday.
Last week, they dismissed Mutare City Rovers 2-1 at Gibbo Stadium.
Their form meant that they were the most impressive side with a total of 79 points and 95 goals against all other promoted sides from other three regions.
Ntini said he was happy with his achievements at the Lowveld side.
“It was a tough season, but we managed to sail through. I am actually happy that the players did not lose concentration since we gained promotion. They continued to fight and that is maturity. l hope that they are going to continue with that fighting spirit in the Premiership next year,” he said.
“I am also happy that my team had the highest number of points and scored more goals than all the other three teams which were promoted from other regions.
“The squad is good, but we are going to beef the squad with at least seven players to add competition,” added Ntini.