BY COURAGE NYAYA
Craneborne Bullets coach Nesbert Saruchera says his team is ready to relaunch their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League campaign, with the topflight league resuming this weekend.
The army side lost a couple of players and have been working on replacing them.
“We are almost ready and we are focusing to find good players to replace those who has left,” he said.
Saruchera prefers to groom younger players compared to going for polished stars.
“I cant complain I believe in identifying and grooming young players so we good to go.”
“We are finalising this week we need to replace those who left, we lost Malvin Wadza to Chicken Inn, Sibanda to Ngezi Platinum so we are trying to replace them and by end of this week we will be done with those replacements,”he said.
He said that in their first year in the topflight the target is avoiding relegation before they can start think big.
“We are a new team in the league and we perhaps want to play to avoid relegation, we want to be up there and we are not going to be relegated that’s for sure,“ he said.
Cranborne Bullets currently is on number 15 in the Castle Lager Premier League after collecting on three points from the three games they played before the league took a break.
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