Harrison Hopes For A Smooth Reception From Makepekepe Fans

THE Castle Lager PSL club he coached was Caps United and that was in June 15, 2015.

Almost three years down the line, Mark Harrison is back in the Premiership and his first game on his return is against Caps United.

Harrison is now in charge of Harare City who play Makepekepe in the opening week of the 2018 Castle Lager PSL at the National Sports on Sunday.

Harare City trained at the ZB Grounds in Vainona Wednesday morning with a calm Harrison claiming the pressure was on Caps United.

“The pressure is on Caps United, they are a much bigger team than Harare city and there are a lot of expectations there.

“I worked well at Caps United, the players were good to me and I was also good to them. The supporters were also fantastic, we meet and greet and I will wave at them on Sunday.

“My hope is that they will wave back at me,” said Harrison.

New Harare City acquisition, Moses Muchenje will also feature against his former paymasters Caps United.

Muchenje was part of the proceedings at ZB Grounds in a session also attended by Harrison’s son and keeper Ryan, Malvin Gaki, William Manondo, Maxwell Nyamupangedengu, Ray Uchena, Takudzwa Chimwemwe, Tatenda Tumba, Martin Vengesayi and Learnmore Muyambo.


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