THE national senior women’s football team, the Mighty Warriors, yesterday resumed preparations for the All-Africa Games reverse qualifier against Ghana this weekend.
MIGHTY Warriors head coach Rosemary Mugadza is confident the senior women’s team will progress to the African Women’s Championships as they step up preparations for Sunday’s second round, first leg match against Zambia set for Rufaro Stadium.
MIGHTY Warriors will host Botswana in the African Women’s Championships (ACW) first round second leg qualifier at Rufaro Stadium this afternoon, but coach Rosemary Mugadza is already looking beyond this fixture.
MIGHTY WARRIORS coach Rosemary Mugadza says fatigue could be a major factor in their African Women’s Championships (AWC) first round first leg match here against Botswana tomorrow.
AN injury-hit Mighty Warriors team left for Botswana yesterday for an African Women Championships (AWC) qualifier this week.
NATIONAL senior women’s football team coach Rosemary Mugadza blamed bad officiating for the 3-2 loss to Egypt in a friendly match played in Cairo on Wednesday, but the gaffer also criticised her players for losing concentration at critical moments.
THE senior national women’s football team surrendered a two goal lead to lose 2-3 to Egypt in an international friendly match at the 6 October Stadium in Cairo yesterday.
SENIOR national women’s football team coach Rosemary Mugadza joined the rest of the squad in camp yesterday as the team stepped up preparations for their traditional Unity Cup match against Lesotho at Rufaro Stadium on Saturday
MIGHTY Warriors coach Rosemary Mugadza said she will not only use the forthcoming four- country tournament in Lesotho to assess her team, but also to measure her opponents ahead of the 2014 African Women’s Championships qualifiers set to begin early next year.