YADAH FC coach Genesis Mangombe believes the arrival of former Dynamos defender Godfrey Mukambi brings the much-needed stability to their side as they continue re-building for the 2020 Castle Lager Premiership season.
The Miracle Boys are in desperate need of some reinforcements this transfer window after flirting with relegation last season.
Their situation was compounded after losing several key players during this window to different Premiership sides.
Yadah have lost such players like midfield hardman Nkosi Mhlanga, who joined Dynamos after signing a two-year deal.
Exciting winger Leroy Mavunga and midfielder Enock Karombo were snatched by CAPS United while Ralph Matema, who was the club’s top goal-scorer, moved to Triangle United with the pair of Morris Musiyakuvi and Zvikomborero Bizeki signing for Harare City.
Paddington Nyamakura has also left Yadah for Chicken Inn leaving them light in weight ahead of the new season which is scheduled to commence in March.
And, it looks as if Yadah has however, made great strides after bringing in Mukambi, who was released by Dynamos over discipline issues.
Mukambi is joined by full back Bright Chayambuka, who signed for Yadah after he was released by Triangle following the expiry of his contract.
“I think things are slowly taking shape. We are working entirely to build a new team following the departure of our several key players from last year,” Mangombe told the Daily News.
“We seem to be in the right direction. We have some unheralded youngsters, who I think will surprise a lot of teams this season. It is the arrival of Mukambi and Chayambuka which I think will bring that stability we need.
“These are experienced guys, they have been in the league for some time now and their experience will help us stabilise.
“So far, we have played some friendly matches so far and it’s coming out the way we want. I’m sure we will be able to compete this season.”