Yadah keep believing
YADAH coach Genesis Mangombe has applauded his side for giving a good show on Saturday in their 1-0 win over Ngezi Platinum at Rufaro.
The Miracle Boys have now gone for three games without tasting defeat as they were last beaten by Bulawayo Chiefs back in September.
Mangombe says they are on the right track to survive relegation this season.
“The win was a morale booster for us going forward and it shows we have all the confidence to survive relegation.
“To win a game against Ngezi is something special because they are a good side and hard to beat but we managed to win against them.
“We also managed the game well because we were playing 4-4-2 diamond formation to expose their defense which rewarded us a goal because we wanted to make use of our strikers upfront,” he said.
Mangombe believes they will play Premiership football next season if they maintain their form.
“I have been saying this for quite a while now that winning games is now our first priority and if we fail to get a win, at least a draw will be okay.
“So for our next assignment we just need to carry on with our form and make sure that we keep on collecting maximum points,” he said.
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