13 April 2018
CAPS United defender Method Mwanjali will not be part of the team against Triangle despite the fact that he has received his clearance.
The talented defender, who came back home early this year, was struggling to get clearance from his former Tanzanian club since he was signed by the 2016 champions.
Yesterday coach Lloyd Chitembwe’s impression was that he will not be immediately used at Gibbo on Sunday.
“Yes its true Method Mwanjali got his clearance last week, and he has always been a part of the club despite not getting his clearance on time.
“As to when he will start playing, just know that he will be playing this season because he is part of the team,” Chitembwe said.
A number of key players at CAPS United were being side-lined through different reasons. Injured Ronald Chitiyo is on the mend.
“Chitiyo is very much okay now, he is has recovered but not fully well. I can confirm that he will be soon joining his teammates in training.”
The CAPS United gaffer is however confident that whoever is available will deliver.
After recovering from a slow start, Chitembwe is confident that they can get a result against Triangle.
“The whole idea about training is making sure the squad gets better and better each day.
“We are preparing for our game against Triangle and just like any other game, we are hoping for a win.
“We are training the same way we train each and every game,” he said.
The CAPS United coach is impressed by the confidence being shown by most of his players.
In their last game Denver Mukamba scored his first goal while the Nigerian Abasirim Chidiebere also found the target.
“Chidi has already added value in our team, and I certainly believe he is going to give us more,” said Chitembwe.