The Argentinian coach said that his team’s title hopes are still alive. “Through hard work, discipline and an inspired tactical game, our young players thrived on last Botswana League season. Also the support of our experienced players was very important to re-build their confidence,” he said.
Zapata says Gaborone United assumes the risk that a big team can take. He believes in possession of the ball as a basic idea. “With tactical discipline my players did it all as simple as a sublime way. They were able to do exactly what I believe a football team must always do.”
Talking about Botswana Football, he said big clubs must entertain to take Botswana football to the next level and to bring more people to the stadium. “ I’m happy that via BTV the whole country saw our style. No team among all I have seen play in Botswana Premier League, have seduced me more that Gaborone United,” he said.
"I considered football as an art expression, and a cultural activity. As a musician uses an instrument to play music or a sculptor his hands, players show their talents and skills with the ball inside the pitch. It is the beauty of this game where players find the possibility to express themselves,” coach Rolo Zapata said.