Mangwiro demands consistency

HARARE - CAPS United coach Taurai Mangwiro has called for more consistency from his team ahead of the Green Machine’s Castle Premiership tie against bottom-of-the-table Chiredzi in the Lowveld on Sunday.

Makepekepe’s away from has been far from impressive this season, recording just one win on the road, albeit in the capital against Harare City.

But Mangwiro believes last weekend’s 3-0 win over Shabanie at the National Sports Stadium could spark off a good run of form for his team, whose last championship success was the back-to-back titles under Charles Mhlauri’s stewardship in 2004 and 2005.

“Sunday’s was a welcome result for us,” Mangwiro told the Daily News yesterday.

“We must take that into our next game. We need to come up with a strategy so that we can start winning our away games. We need to start collecting maximum points in away matches so that we will remain in the title race equation.

“We respect Chiredzi although they are not playing well. We cannot underrate them. We are going to approach this game like any other and play our normal game.”

United are sixth on the standings with 22 points, five points behind leaders Hwange.

Chiredzi are on bottom with six points from 11 games.

Comments (2)

Kepekepe bhora.....

Larry Elijah Bvekerwa - 20 June 2014

GO MAKEPULA GO, GO GREEN MACHINE GO, GO CUP KINGS GO

king - 20 June 2014

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