Harare City woes mount

01 May, 2017 - 18:05 0 Views
Harare City woes mount


1 May 2017

WORRIED MAN . . . Mike Madzivanyika is not happy with his side’s performance so far this season. Picture by Nyasha Chawatama

HARARE City coach Mike Madzivanyika is worried with his side’s poor run in the Premier League so far after losing 1-0 at home to ZPC Kariba on Monday.

Talent Chamboko scored for the visitors four minutes before halftime.

City have only managed three points out of a possible 15 having drawn thrice and lost twice.

The poor run is despite the Sunshine Boys’ target of a debut league crown set at the start of the season.

And with such statistics, Madzivanyika has every reason to be worried, “It’s five games into the season and no win. That’s a big worry, that’s my big worry.

“We’re creating chances but not composed in front of goal but that’s my job, a job has to be done. We need to go back and work on that.”

City forward William Manondo (L) is among the players failing to do duty upfront. Picture by Nyasha Chawatama


Malvern Gaki (L) and Arnold Chiveya. Picture by Nyasha Chawatama

But for ZPC Kariba coach, Sunday Chidzambwa, it was mission accomplished.

“Our mission was to try and take three points to Kariba and I am happy that we have just managed that.

“We’re looking forward to our next game . . . and we need to work on our defence, I am not happy with the way we’re defending,” said Chidzambwa.

In another league match played on Monday, How Mine beat Bantu Rovers 1-0 at Luveve.

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