Munashe Kusemwaenda, Sports Reporter
NORTHERN Region side Cam and Motors assistant coach Roy Mudyanyama said Ngezi Platinum U19 were the better side in their 0-0 draw at Rimuka on Saturday.
Although Cam and Motors managed a draw, Mudyanyama feels his team was on the back foot for the better part of the game.
“We played a very good game with Ngezi, however, it appears to me that Ngezi was a better side.
“They played a game we didn’t expect from them.
“It’s only that we have vowed not to lose when we play at home, hence, we managed a draw,” he said.
With only nine games left, Mudyanyama said games are going to be tough but his side is prepared for anything.
“Ahead of our upcoming games against our nearby teams, the games are going to be tough and tense.
“However, I am not afraid of anything.
“I promise that we won’t lose especially at home,” he said.
Mudyanyama has also called for unity among his players.
“We have a problem within the club, that is unity and I am afraid to say that we are yet to achieve that.
“With the coming of new players during the window period, players are not yet working as a team, however, we are going to make it happen,” he said.