Chitembwe determined to bring back glory days at CAPS

By Lawrence Trusida, Sports Editor

Under fire CAPS United coach, Lloyd Chitembwe has vowed to fight on to bring back the glory days at the fading Harare giants.

Makepekepe is enduring one of its worst campaigns after winning only seven matches this season.

The once dominant club’s financial challenges have been well documented with industrial action more common than training sessions this season.

With the club languishing in 13th position just six points about the relegation zone after losing a whopping 11 games, Chitembwe, one of the club’s most decorated sons, is still up for the challenge.

“I am not a freak person, that’s not my personality. I don’t quit in front of challenges, rather I stay on and see where the problem is and fight on. Quitting is out of the equation. We are standing together and see what we can salvage out of the season and mount a stronger challenge next season,” said Chitembwe .

The Green Machine is preparing to host a tricky Triangle side at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

However, weekend action starts on Friday with Yadah hosting Tenax at the National Sports Stadium.

Five matches are lined up for Saturday, with Rodwell Dhlakama set to return to Ngezi Platinum as his ZPC Kariba side takes on the hosts at Baobab Stadium, while high riding Black Rhinos square off with troubled Harare City at Vengere Stadium in Rusape.

Basement club Whawha have a date against Bulawayo Chiefs at Ascot Stadium in Gweru, as Herentals take on Cranborne Bullets at the National Sports Stadium.

Match Day 29 fixtures continues on Sunday with Highlanders hosting log leaders FC Platinum in the peak of the weekend fixtures at Barbourfields, as Dynamos travel to Mutare for a date against Manica Diamonds at Sakubva Stadium.

The post Chitembwe determined to bring back glory days at CAPS appeared first on ZBC NEWS.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: