Chitembwe satisfied

15 Jul, 2019 - 11:07 0 Views
Chitembwe satisfied Caps United during a match on Sunday- By Arron Nyamayaro

H-Metro

Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter

CAPS United are back to winning ways after dismissing Yadah by 2-0 at the National Sports Stadium yesterday.

John Zhuwawu and Joel Ngodzo were on target for Makepekepe.

CAPS coach Lloyd Chitembwe was happy with the result after coming from four games without a win.

“I thought today (yesterday) the result was more important than anything else.

“We are happy that we got the result. I am satisfied but l thought we didn’t do what we do in other matches but what was important was the win.

“The team needed that to obviously boost the confidence, to make sure that everyone within the team set up is comfortable.

“Because it’s not easy to play games when there’s so much uncertainty issues but this is one thing that is one thing that will bring certainty and l am very happy from that perspective,” he said.

He added: “l think the supporters deserve more because they really deserve it.” Yadah conceded early and Chitembwe says the early goal worked to their advantage.

“The early goal had a huge impact because it gave us some comfort and confidence we want. “I thought it was crucial in that game. The message is the same let’s just believe in our abilities and in ourselves. “We know these boys are capable of producing the results we acquire but at the end of the day is making sure we put in a lot of effort.

“Work in training so that we produce a performance that is worthy of winning games,” he said.

CAPS face one of their most important game in the season as they play rivals Dynamos in the Harare derby next week.

“For us all games are equally important it doesn’t matter which game is coming ahead. But l think this game was important and we have time to look at the fixture that’s coming up,” he said. Yadah coach Genesis Makombe lamented on his boys’ failure to execute in front of goal.

“We failed to concentrate every second so we were punished.

“The goals came as a result of silly mistakes we could’ve prevented. But playing CAPS was hard they are a big team in our history and they were not winning.

“We missed the critical chances we created if we had converted one maybe we could have rejuvenated the game maybe it would have ended a draw,” he said.

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