ZPC eye revival against DeMbare

HARARE - ZPC Kariba coach Godfrey Tamirepi reckons they are in an uncomfortable position in the Castle Lager Premiership and has described their clash against struggling giants Dynamos this afternoon  as “a must win”.

The Glamour Boys travel to Nyamhunga Stadium hoping to arrest their slump having collected a single point in their opening four matches of the season. Interestingly, ZPC Kariba, who anchor the log, are still to pick up a point after four rounds of action.

Tamirepi was appointed ZPC Kariba coach at the start of the season following the departure of Sunday Chidzambwa.

ZPC Kariba have had an indifferent season last year in which they ended up fighting for survival.

“Obviously it’s not the way we would have wanted to start. The players are affected because obviously they also want to win,” Tamirepi told the Daily News.

“For me as a coach though there are some positives. I think we are in the right direction and we will definitely turn the corner. We will bounce back. We are facing Dynamos and it’s a must win for us.”

Dynamos have only managed a single point out of a possible 12. But Tamirepi has refused to look into how their opponents have been performing.

“We only need to look at ourselves and see how we can improve,” Tamirepi said.

For Dynamos, Lloyd Mutasa has since made a priority to quickly bounce back to winning ways.

“We need to bounce back and give the club and fans what they deserve. We need to put on a performance that is more like us and we need to play attacking football, create chances and score goals,” Mutasa told the Daily News.

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