Former Highlanders players Gabriel Nyoni and Newman Sianchali, who crossed the great devide to join CAPS United, have promised to have a dream season at Makepekepe coupled with more goals.
In an interview with SportBrief on the sideline of their training session at Mt Pleasant High School on Tuesday morning, the new boys in town said they are happy to turn green and white.
Nyoni, who was the most wanted man during the current transfer window, left his childhood team after six years at Bosso.
The former Amantengwane vice captain said the environment at Makepekepe was conducive for producing results for the former cup kings.
“It feels good to be at CAPS and everyone is supportive.
“I am looking forward to a great season this year and I want to score more goals than I did last season (with Highlanders).
“I want to help build the Makepekepe brand grow as I am ready for the challenge,” he said.
Nyoni said achieving greatness will not be a stroll in the park but one that requires hard work and commitment.
“It’s from (one) hot pot into another. There was a lot of pressure at Highlanders and there is a lot of pressure here at CAPS.
“I know what the fans are expecting and I am ready to deliver to their expectations,” Nyoni said.
Sianchali who followed his teammate to the Capital said the Green Machine has offered him a bridge to greatness.
“I think I made a good decision by signing for CAPS United considering what’s happening at the club.
“They are handling their affairs professionally and I want to make a big name for myself as I help the club to achieve its goals.
“I want to win trophies and to help the club win the 2019 championship,” he said.
Sianchali said he is happy at Caps and promised to deliver goals for the Lloyd Chitembwe coached side.
“I want to thank everyone for the acceptance into the team and I am looking forward to great things.
“I would like to urge the fans to cheer us when the league commences,” he said.
Makepekepe have been busy on the market strenthening their squad to challenge for the big trophy this season.