CHITEMBWE SAVAGES PLAYERS
CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe savaged his players after they were held to a goalless draw by Bulawayo Chiefs on Sunday.
He spared Stephen Makatuka, Dominic Mukandi and Hardlife Zvirekwi. Midfielder Joel “Josta” Ngodzo was even pulled out in the first half for Zvirekwi.
“I’m happy with Hardlife, he is probably one shining light as well as Stephen and Dominic Mukandi. Just those three,” Chitembwe said.
“So if you have three players that are doing well, chances are you will struggle. I think that was the case, most of our players were not in. It explained why we struggled.”
CAPS United created enough chances to kill the game but their players took turns to
“Our application was not so good, there were a lot of technical and tactical mistakes.
“We were a bit slow. Ball movement was also a bit low. We didn’t look like we were upto the challenge.
“To be honest, this is one game that I didn’t see any positives. There were a lot of negatives,” he added.
The CAPS United coach remains optimistic they will recover.
“This has not mirrored how we started because we have only played two games. We still have 15 more games to play. We can do it, win more games than we have drawn.
“But we are supposed to pick up points against such teams. It is a process and takes a bit of time. But we will get it right. At the end of the day, it is not only about that,” said Chitembwe.
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