KANGADZE: I NEED TO IMPROVE
DYNAMOS striker Quality Kangadze believes he must do better when it comes to putting away chances.
Kangadze lacked the quality in the Harare derby, wasting a number of chances that cost them the match. On Sunday, DeMbare face Bulawayo City at Rufaro, a game Kangadze must repay coach Lloyd Mutasa.
“For that game personally I was a little bit down I could feel it. My performance was below my standards but I did put up a good fight to the end.” Kangadze said.
“In football at times you can really tell that for today I was really on top of my game and the other time the game will be on top of you.
“Those types of chances I missed under normal circumstances they are the type of chances you should score.
“It’s just that I was a little underperforming but in our next games expect change.”
The defeat to CAPS United could have affected their confidence.
“It was painful losing that match because I had a lot of chances but I missed. We were supposed to win that match but it surely was not our day to claim the much needed three points.
“Critics will always be there. It’s only just that fans will stick with you when things are all rosy.
“I am promising change, I’m always a hard worker so I can not say I have changed anything according to the way I play.”
Coach Lloyd Mutasa is sitting on a three-match ultimatum.
“As a striker I have to score as many goals as possible. I am going to do just that for the benefit of the team.
“We will win games but not on our time only but in God’s time, he is in total control of the situation,” said Kangadze.