Kamhapa: Architect of DeMbare's downfall

HARARE - Cabby Kamhapa might not have enjoyed the best of form for Triangle this season, but the former FC Platinum midfielder on Sunday turned on the style and exhibited his genius.

Kamhapa delivered a master class midfield performance for Triangle in the One Wallet Cup final as he repelled most of DeMbare’s attacks while bringing tricks, treats and oblivion to the reigning champions.

The former Chicken Inn player marshalled the Triangle midfield with aplomb on Sunday playing in front of the defence giving cover when his team lost possession and going forward.

He excelled in keeping it very simple, playing two touches at most before releasing the ball and was duly rewarded with the man-of-the-match accolade.

“I am happy to win this award but it is down to team work,” Kamhapa said after the match.

“I give credit to my team mates for the fighting spirit. It was a collective performance from everyone in the team. We needed this win to boost our confidence.

“We are currently fighting relegation and I think this win will lift our performance in the remaining matches. We have been struggling lately and this is definitely a morale boost for us.

“It’s not like we have been playing in the league but you find sometimes luck has not been on our side. But winning against a team like Dynamos it means a lot and we are now looking forward to fight relegation.

“Coming into this match no one has been giving us a chance but we have proved a lot of people wrong. The good thing is we are all determined to stay in the Premiership and I don’t see anything stopping us from achieving that goal.”

For many people, this was a game Dynamos midfielder Ronald Chitiyo was supposed to have bossed without any hustles.

However, Kamhapa was the standout performer as he covered every blade of grass of the National Sports Stadium.

Comments (1)

Zvakaitwa naKamhapa ndizvo zvandaita izvozvo during my hey days. Heya-heya!!!!!!

Watosvorwa - 7 October 2014

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