Chapungu frustrate How Mine

HARARE - Big spenders How Mine began their 2015 Castle Premiership season on a disappointing note when they were held by a plucky Chupungu here yesterday.

Luke Masomere had been active on the transfer market by bringing in reinforcements at the Bulawayo-based gold miners.

Yesterday, Devon Chafa, Tapiwa Kumbuyani, Charles Sibanda, Benjamin Marere, Nafitary Ndale and Mcini Sibanda, who were all acquired in the summer, played for How Mine.

Despite these new additions, How Mine looked out of ideas as they failed to find a way through the Chapungu defence. 

After the match, Masomere bemoaned the few chances missed by his new-look side.

“I’m happy with the point. We created more chances though we never managed to convert them. We will work on our attack, the season is still young. We are in no panic mode,” said Masomere.

Chapungu coach John Nyikadzino said: “I’m happy with a point. Of course there was little cohesion since we have a number of new players who still need to adapt. We also have to work on our attack, am not happy on the way we attacked today.”

Comments (7)

Waru Waru bhora, keep it up guys we are behind you. Toda kurova Dembare futi this year.

Moses Chiriga - 25 March 2015

Waru Waru bhora, keep it up guys we are behind you. Toda kurova Dembare futi this year.

Moses Chiriga - 25 March 2015

Waru Waru bhora, keep it up guys we are behind you. Toda kurova Dembare futi this year.

Moses Chiriga - 25 March 2015

Chapungu bhora! At least a top eight finish will be good for us guys! Hande Fidza

Chitova - 25 March 2015

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