Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
CAPS United winger Phineas Bhamusi said champions don’t go for more than four consecutive games without a win.
The Green machine had an impressive start to the campaign but have since blown cold.
They have gone for four games without a win, with one draw and three defeats.
Bhamusi said they can’t be champions if they keep dropping points. He said champions blow hot and cold but they don’t stay cold.
“The goal for this season is to win the league but we can’t do that if we go for more than four games without a win.
“It’s not good, that will show that we don’t have the characteristics of being champions.
“This is not healthy for our targets, we should do more and start getting positive results sooner rather than later.
“This prolonged phase will crush our chances of winning the league title,” said Bhamusi.
CAPS are third with 23 points, four behind log leaders FC Platinum.
Bhamusi said they are not doing enough as a team.
“We need to improve as a team and revive the vibe we used to have. We need to do more in all departments.
“What we are doing is not enough, even as individuals as well, we have to gear up.
“We have been conceding more and scoring less recently, while under normal circumstances it should be the opposite.
“We used to score more and concede less that is where we have to go back and work on as a team,” he added.
Bhamusi said they have to show character and bounce back to their winning ways in their next encounter.
He said the vision seems lost, but they remain optimistic as he believes champions are made great through challenges.
CAPS will host Yadah at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday, a game where they will be looking to redeem themselves and put an end to their winless run.