The Harare-based side were left third from bottom of the table after weekend matches, seven points above the relegated duo of Motor Action and Tripple B, with three matches remaining.
Monomotapa, famed for playing attractive football since their promotion to the topflight less than a decade ago, have been one of the top-performing sides lately, but their fortunes seem to have deserted them.
Zuze confirmed early this week that a lot still needed to be done if the side was to see at least another season in the PSL. “We are in a do-or-die situation and have to win all our remaining games. We have reached a situation where we need to throw everything we have into the battle for survival and that will not be easy,” said Zuze.
“Our biggest problem now is lack of funds. Managing a team without a sponsor is a hell of a job, but I keep trying to motivate my players and tell them that they have to deliver with the resources the club has. Good things will only come if we are prepared to labour.
“We need to stay focused and bring our winning mentality back. We still have a chance and that is the main reason we are still fighting on.”Post published in: Football