Rahman Gumbo, please we need to see results. Firing blanks will not help the team qualify for the World Cup and Afcon. We don’t get anything from just playing well. Let’s stop wasting the chances we create. We are tired of coaches telling journalists that “we wasted so many chances we could have scored.” Results are what we want. – Terrence, Pretoria.
Tough Luck for not scoring boys but a point away from home is not bad; in fact that is good news. All we need to do now is make sure we beat the Mozambicans when they come here. We don’t want to repeat the mistake we made against Guinea. Let’s aim for at least draws away from home and wins at home. That way we will fancy our chances at the continental showdown as well as the global show. – Farai Zindoga, Waterfalls.
We need good preparations before a game please. The Warriors cannot complain that they do not have sponsorship anymore. – Francis Tazvida, Kwekwe.
Good going against the high-flying Highlanders, boys. With the way Bosso is playing this season, that was really a good result. – Alvin Mutiwegore, Chegutu.
Edmore Sibanda is our hero because his goal in Gweru gave us another victory and reason to smile. The Green Machine is rising again. Nothing will stop us now. – Welly J, Gweru.
Let’s keep our faith in the technical team MaKepeKepe. They are now flying and the results are coming. Let’s keep the fire burning in our camp. No more noises at stadiums only vuvuzelas! Go Caps Go! – Paradzai Hazvinei, Eastlea.
It’s funny how Motor Action fell from being Champions to an ordinary team. In fact, all the small teams that have won the league have seen their downfall in years that follow. Look at Monomotapa and Gunners. Real Champions will always be there, look at DeMbare, ndokuti Champions. – Gerald Goredema, Mbare.Post published in: Football