Highlanders has called for full support for the team following recent attacks by fans. Fans are concerned by the club’s three winless Castle Lager Premier League games.
Addressing the criticism, Highlanders’ board chairman Luke Mnkandla pleaded with fans to be patient. He said:
The season has just started and even if we’re to win the championship, we were going to lose some games. There is no need for panic buttons. We can still bounce back and win the championship. I was going to be worried if we were posting a series of bad results in the second round. What is important is to be united and rally behind the team.
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The injury stricken Highlanders is hoping to register their first premier laegue win this season as they take on Triangle United at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon.
Striker Peter Nyirenda and Prince Dube, who missed the Independence Cup due to injuries are however expected to be back for today’s encounter.
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