He was adamant soccer supporters will, in particular be impressed by the players when the club comes up against the domestic top flight’s powerhouses, Simba SC and Yanga.
Gwambina FC, now placed 11th in Vodacom Premier League’s standing with 27 points, will face Coastal Union after the domestic top flight’s resumption on Aril 10.
The Premier League and the rest of sporting activities are lately not taking place given the country is observing 21 days of national mourning following the death of former President, John Magufuli.
After the game, Gwambina FC will travel to Dar es Salaam to play Kinondoni Municipal Council (KMC) FC on April 16.
Gwambina FC will four days later lock horns with Yanga in the city.
After the two fixtures Gwambina FC will entertain Simba SC at the former’s home venue, Gwambina Stadium, in Misungwi on April 24.
Badru said their strategy is to make sure they reap seven out of 12 points in those games.
“This is a difficult month that we should take as an opportunity to show our quality, both at home and even outside Mwanza,” he said.
He stated: “Personally, I have always loved the pressure of big games, the most important thing is making sure our players are physically and mentally fit.’’
He insisted: ‘’How can they be right? It is by making sure we do well in the next two games, that will keep us in good spirits to face anyone, be it Simba or Yanga without any fear.’’
With the way the Misungwi District-based team are preparing, Badru said it is possible they will surpass the goal of reaping seven points in those games.