AS Zimbabwean fans wait anxiously to know whether the England based duo of Everton defender Brendon Galloway and Burnley defender Tendayi Darikwa will avail themselves for national duty, the Warriors management has expressed optimism they will turn up.
Team manager Shariff Mussa says he has spoken to the players and remains confident they will heed calls to come and play for the Warriors in the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Swaziland on Good Friday.
The Warriors and Sihlangu square off in back to back clashes with Zimbabwe travelling first to Swaziland before hosting their opponents in Harare three days later in what is set to be explosive clashes.
But doubts had been raised over the availability of Galloway and Darikwa who have not yet played for Zimbabwe.
In contact with Warriors management … Burnley defender Tendayi Darikwa