Zuze not happy

Monomotapa coach Biggie Zuze recently lamented the poor performances of his team, which he attributed to lack of sponsorship.

The Harare club has not had the best start to a season lately and their consistent poor performances have left many convinced that the former league champions could be on their way down.

The club is currently languishing in mid-table and remained not at all safe from the dreaded chop with 11 games to go. “We are one of the best clubs in the country and play wonderful football, but the crisis the club is experiencing is due to lack of funds. The other challenge is some of our experienced players left and we roped in new players that are still trying to settle into the team,” said Zuze.

“I’m concerned that if we continue missing goal scoring opportunities like this, we might fail to finish the season in the top four position that we want. Ishmael Lawe is our leading scorer with seven goals and as a new player, that is not a bad start, but we need more goals from most other players as well.”

Ronald Chitiyo, who remains one of the team’s most industrious midfielders, recently sustained an ankle injury, but has been used while still trying to regain full fitness due to a personnel crisis in the team.

“In a few weeks he will be fully recovered and our performance could improve then. Overall, we need players that have the quality and strength to withstand the league pressure,” said the former Dynamos player.

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