ZPC Kariba coach Sunday Chidzabwa has threatened to quit his job following yesterday’s 1-nil loss to Caps United in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League encounter.
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Chidzambwa said he was not impressed with the attitude of his players.
“We have very good players, the only thing we have to do is to fight for three points. There’s nothing else we can do. If players are not prepared to fight for a game, they won’t win anything. That is exactly what is happening to us.
“I’m saying, I’m not answering anything again, I said, my players are not prepared to fight, I’m going to talk to them, if they are not prepared to fight for me, then I’ll go away, as simple as that.”
“Everybody in Kariba is playing football, I think we had some new youngsters in there, you saw them, we didn’t fight. You don’t win games when you don’t fight. You must put maximum effort,” the coach bemoaned.
ZPC Kariba fell courtesy of a 62nd minute Dominic Chungwa powerfully struck shot from just outside the penalty-box which hit the top right corner of the net as CAPS United registered their first premier league win in five matches.
The Kariba based side who were in contention for the premier soccer league title have slipped down to eighth position on the log.
The team is suffering from a poor run of form, managing to win two of their last twelve matches.