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Warriors coach Pasuwa warns against complacency
04/06/2016 00:00:00
by SuperSport
 
Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa
 
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WARRIORS coach Kalisto Pasuwa is refusing to let complacency creep into his camp ahead of Sunday’s hosting of Malawi in a 2017 Afcon qualifier at the National Sports Stadium.

While to many Zimbabweans the Malawi match seems to be walkover, Pasuwa feels his charges need to respect The Flames.

Malawi are already out of contention for Gabon2017 and their visit to Harare is a dead rubber.

They however have promised to pull an upset.

And Pasuwa is taking seriously Malawi’s threats.

“They (Malawi) are here to play football. There is no way they can travel here to lose a match,” Psuwa said.

“From my experience in football it is such games that cost a good team from achieving their full potential. That is why I have been telling the bots to respect Malawi. They will give us a good run definitely.

But we will also give it our best shot and get three points”

If Pasuwa manages to guide the Warriors to Afcon, he will become the third Zimbabwean to do so after Sunday Chidzambwa and Charles Mhaluri.



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