Munashe Kusemwaenda, Sports Reporter
Golden Valley defensive midfielder Tafadzwa Chigora is afraid of losing his position in the team since he will be out for three games after he was sent off in their 1-0 win over Herentals Under19 at Rimuka on Sunday.
Chigora was hopping to end the season without any offence and he feels that the referee was harsh to give him a straight red.
“I was very disappointed with the red card.
“I wanted to be nominated as the soccer star of the year with no yellow or red card and this is my first offence with a straight red card, it’s very unfortunate.
“At least the referee should have warned me first, after all I just removed a ball from the ground without noticing that my opponent was down and the referee said it was a high boot.
“Now my team is going to play three more games without me, someone will be replacing me and I didn’t want that.
“What if he takes over my place, besides that the team has a very big gap without me now,” he said.
However, the 25-year-old appreciated his team’s progress and he wishes to help the club finish in top three.
“Being back in top three is really good I am very happy about that, we are playing well and I hope we will end up there, promotion will