Newly-appointed Harare City Hornets coach Samuel Mutsvanga is determined to help the team reclaim its status as the best basketball club in the country.
Mutsvanga was appointed to the post last month to replace Langton Moyo, who had finished last season on second position behind Fox in the Harare Hockey Association (HBA) league.
Typically the change in the technological department after such a new solid season by typically the team was obviously a clear concept by the owners of which they are not articles with finishing second.
Hornets were champions in 2016 and Mutsvanga has recently been given a task regarding reclaiming the team’s earlier glory by dislodging winners Foxes when the HBA season begins on typically the first weekend of Sept. 2010.
“Hornets are the most effective clubs in the league. Almost all of the players play in typically the national team, so typically the job is already 50 percent done with the knowledge that they have. I use strong players in typically the team, so what is usually left to me is to be able to work with them in addition to retain the league title” he said.
Mutsvanga, who else has previously coached Mvuma, zimbabwe at the Region a few Games and Hustlers, is usually excited by the fresh challenge.
He is at present assessing the personnel from his disposal to notice if it is sufficient to bring him typically the success that his fresh job demands.
“First items first, I have to be able to determine the players, be familiar with systems that they employ in order that it makes that easier to see which often tactics to make use of. Maybe 50 percent way from the season, I actually might add one or two players to the team, but as for now I will make do with what is there” he said.
Mutsvanga took over from Moyo, who left the Harare City Council-owned team last month after a hugely successful two-year spell during which he won the national championships and some international tournaments.
City Hornets chairman Sunny Mbofana said they were happy that they managed to persuade Mutsvanga into their ranks, who will be assisted by Tapuwa Mangunyana and Mike Nhira.