United supporters will feel that apt description is probably one of the very few things Takaendesa has got right since replacing Chunga.
"It's a disaster," Jongwe said in an interview with The Zimbabwean this week. "We need to arrest the situation as soon as possible. I met with the players after our last game, which we lost 3-0 to Monomotapa, and told them to start producing results.
I noticed there is lack of fighting spirit and I said those who want to be in the team should put in 100 percent effort. As a coach I have a target that was set for me and that has to be achieved. We should pick ourselves up right now," he said.
Jongwe is yet to register a victory with Makepekepe in four outings since he took over the managerial reins. He has watched his team failing to collect maximum points against Gunners in back to back clashes which included a 2-0 defeat.
They also fell to Dynamos in the Harare derby before they were thrashed 3-0 by Monomotapa at the weekend. CAPS United are currently languishing at the bottom half of the league table on ninth position with 22 points.Post published in: Football