HIGHLANDERS coach Madinda Ndlovu said that he plays better than Zimbabwe South Africans and FC Platinum gets better Orlando Pirates on Saturday at Barbourfields Stadium.
With a talk on NewsDaySport, Ndlovu concluded that South Africa's football is better organized and has a world-class infrastructure, Zimbabwe has qualified players.
FC Platinum will take part in the first team of the Buccaneers team, against Esperance and Horoya AC of Africa in the war against Africa.
Ndlovu has said that the Mapeza-Coached party is well equipped to take place on Saturday.
"We're two nations that are playing different types of football. Part of professionalism, South Africa is very advanced for us, but when we talk about individual skills and players, we're ahead of" the first one, Warriors Coached opined.
"They have organized more football and have achieved resources, but Norman (Mapeza) has done a lot of work to ensure that his team has a place today. The person has to work on the day.
FC Platinum has a strong character, it can break Orlando Pirates. They can overcome them, "he said.
Ndlov says, but South Africans have more professional games than Zimbabwe, there is nothing more about Absa Premier Soccer League.
"South African teams are not superhuman. I played against Kaizer Chiefs in the Township Rollers in Botswana, and we have almost defeated. South Africa is more organized and players are better than ours."
Bosso mentored the Highlanders that FC Platinum will be back on Saturday.
"Highlanders will be more fans of Pirates than behind FC Platinum, even if we wear the same color in South Africa," added Ndlovu.
FC Platinum will play Marshall Munetsi and Kudakwashe Mahachi against the players of Zimbabwe, but they have won the team when they join the team.
They will be able to get the best Platinum miners' home games for the quarterfinals of the African quarterfinals.
After the second time of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League championship, FC Platinum went to the Safari African and made 1-out of the CNAPS Sport in Madagascar in the first quarter of the Caf Champions League, beating 0-0. Mandava will enter the first Round of the Grand Championship.
Then he went 1-1 in the ASOtoho team in the Korean team and played a draw for Mandava to go to the teams. Caf said the team's stage matches could be in Barbourfields or National Sports Stadium and Zvishavane. He chose Bulawayo.