Highlanders coach Hendrik Pieter de Jongh said the changes that he brought at the club have brought an upturn in form at the Bulawayo giants.
De Jongh has been in charge for three league games and a cup encounter. Speaking to the Chronicle on Monday, he said:
I changed lots of things from the moment I came in; from food to training. Everyone knows the rules and they know what to do.
It’s my professional approach that has changed things because we want results. This is good for the club.
Since his appointment as Bosso coach, the Dutchman has beaten Dynamos 1-0 in the Chibuku Super Cup, followed by a 2-0 league win over Chicken Inn.
Bosso has also beaten TelOne 2-0 at Barbourfields Stadium and drew 1-1 with Herentals in their last game to take them to 35 points on the log.