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CAPS United issues an apology after league title disappointment

CAPS United issues an apology after league title disappointment

CAPS United issues an apology after league title disappointment

CAPS United has issued an apology after failing to win the championship on the last day of the season.

CAPS United issues an apology after league title disappointment

The Green Machine needed a victory in the title-deciding fixture against FC Platinum on Saturday but succumbed to a 1-0 defeat. They initially lost the ground at the top in the penultimate round, losing 3-2 to Ngezi Platinum Stars.

The club posted a statement on Social Media saying: “The club wishes to apologize to you all for the results and the team’s poor performance in the last two games. This is not the result we wanted and expected to see.

“On behalf of the players, coaches, and management we’re so sorry for the letdown and disappointment. You deserve better than what we saw yesterday.

“We want to also take this opportunity to thank you all for the support you gave the team yesterday and throughout the season both home and away.”

CAPS United finished the season in the 3rd position on 58 points.

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