Thursday, April 26, 2018

So Far So Good For Gilbert Mushangazhike!

Former Warriors forward & Black Forest Head Coach, Gilbert Mushangazhike aiming Top 8 spot in Botswana Premiership (Pic Courtsey of KillerPass)
Former Zimbabwe Warriors nomadic forward, Gilbert Mushangazhike has kick-started his coaching career in Botswana's premiership on a positive note as he eyes a top 8 spot with Black Forest F.C to qualify for next season's Mascron Top 8 Cup for the first time in the team's history.

The former Orlando Pirates hitman (43) made a breakthrough in his coaching career after appointed headcoach of Botswana premiership outfit, Black Forest last year in November from Zimbabwe's Lower division side, BN Academy.

Mushangazhike who also played in Germany, China, South Africa before retiring in Swaziland, has currently won seven matches, drawn nine and lost only five in his 21 matches in charge of Black Forest football club.

Forest are seating on position eight in a sixteen team log table with 36 points from 26 games they have played so far this season and Mushangazhike is aiming for a top 8 spot in his first season with the club, and qualify for the league's Mascron Top 8 Cup next season for the first time since the club was formed in 1998.


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