Same old Dembare

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Same old Dembare

Tonderai Ndiraya was left disappointed after his team drew again against relegation faced Bulawayo Chiefs in a game that ended 1-1 at Rufaro yesterday.

Same old Dembare

Dynamos had their 12th draw since Ndiraya took over.

Captain Edward Sadomba headed home in the 46th minute from Godknows Murwira’s cross and substitute Farawo Matara equalized in the 59th minute.

“Another disappointing show but I thought we were not good in the first half, we were flat and we were slow in everything.

“Maybe it was fatigue which was catching up with the team because they have played three games in seven days.

“But I am really worried about the basics even if you have fatigue you must be able to apply football basics and we didn’t do that in today’s particularly in the first half.

“I thought we came back a little bit better in the second half with a good run from Murwira and of course a good finish by Sadomba.

“Sadomba was coming back from injury after a length layoff and I thought to rely on someone who has been out for some time would really be asking too much from him, “he said.

He added:

“But he did well and he got the goal which I thought we could’ve defended quite well and again our defending was put into question today.

“We failed to organize ourselves and we were flat in the box and the striker just had to flick the ball and changed its direction.”

Ndiraya lamented on his player’s fail to apply football basics.

“Today I thought we had done well and taking the lead and I also feel we did what we were doing a few weeks ago, take the lead then go to sleep.

“Football basics not being applied proper and when that happens it’s difficult for you to win a match.

“We failed to defend the lead and I hope we will address that situation but sometimes it goes back to individual quality.

“A disappointing a draw at home but this is us, this has been us this season.

“We just have to accept our situation and try and correct things in the last nine games. We will try and push, I think we have been moving slowly so there can only be wishes but we just have to do more,” he said.

Chiefs coach Thulani Sibanda says he was content with the point he gained away.

“I think it was a good game considering that Dynamos scored first and we were coming from behind.

“They came onto us but we managed to contain the pressure. Taking one point away from home is fine and it means something to us, “he said.

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