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NGEZI PLATINUM coach, Takesure Chiragwi, has conceded that things are not well in his camp as they continue to have a difficult start to the defence of their league championship crown.

Chiragwi, told Zimpapers Sport that he expected his team to have beaten Yadah at Baobab on Wednesday but the game ended in a 2-2 draw.

Khama Billiat was the star of the Miracle Boys with an assist and his debut goal on his return to the domestic Premiership.

“We are in a difficult moment. We thought we were going to win today, unfortunately, we couldn’t manage and we conceded two unnecessary goals.

“But it’s part of football.

“And, you could feel and understand the players, what is going through their minds, especially where we are coming from.

“We are not getting the results that we want, but we need also need to motivate them (players) and make sure we remain together as one team.

“That is important.

“We also thank God for the point. It’s important than to lose a match.”

He added:

“You don’t have to lose hope, we have to keep on pushing and keep on motivating the players because if they keep on dropping points it, it might grow into a very dangerous disease for the players.

“As professionals, I think they understand that the phase that we are going through will pass.”

On Sunday, Ngezi Platinum will be at Rufaro for a date with Dynamos.

“Against Yadah, we scored two goals which is good but, unfortunately, we also conceded two goals and that is what is happening to us so far.

“We really need to work on the players’ mental strength in terms of concentration levels.

“Will make sure we are tight, if we get a goal, and make sure we defend very well.

“We are the champions. Everyone wants to play and beat us. Everyone puts 100 percent when playing against us, so it’s us who really need to change all this.”

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