Coach Maldinda Ndlovu said that Zimbabwe had better players than South Africa to win the Platinum FC to win the Orlando Pirates when both sides face the Champions League group match at the Barbourfield Stadium on Saturday.
In an interview with NewsDaySport, Ndlovu concluded that while South African football is better organized, well-stocked, and has world-class infrastructure, Zimbabwe has skilled players.
FC "Platinum" take on the first matches of the group stage, where also fights were held with African champions Esperance from Tunisia and choruses of Guinea.
Ndlovu said the Mapeza-coach side is well equipped to cause frustrated arrives on Saturday.
"We are two nations that play different types of football. If you look at its professionalism, South Africa has far ahead of us, but when you talk about individual skills and players, we are far ahead of them," the Warriors trained.
"They play more organized football, and they got the resources, but Norman (Mapesa) worked so hard to put his team where he is now. He should work on the character of that day.
If FC Platinum is strong, they can upset the Orlando pirates. They can beat them, "he said.
Ndlovu said although South Africans have more professional play than Zimbabwe, there is nothing special about the teams that come with Absa Premier Football League.
The mentor of Bosco said that supporters of the mountaineers would give FC Platinum the support they need on Saturday.
"Fans of the mountaineers will be more lagging behind" Platinum "than" Pirates ", despite the fact that we wear the same colors with the South African side", – added Ndlovu.
FC Platinum will compete against the Zimbabwe players, including Marshall Munetz and Kudakvash Mahachi, although the latter tries to take on a team position as he joins them.
Platinum miners will strive to make the most of their home matches to give them more chances to qualify for the quarter-finals of the African Club Tournament.
After raising the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League championship for the second time in a row, FC Platinum went for an African safari and won the 1st in the CNaPS Sport of Madagascar in the previous round of the Café Champions League before they beat 1: 0 at Mandawi to sail through to the first round of the tournament.
Then he pulled out 1: 1 with the Congolese side of AS Otocho, having played a zero draw in Mandawi, to move to group stages, and Kaff said that they would play in group stage matches either at Barbourfield or at the National Sports Stadium, while Bulavayo was chosen on Zvishavan base.