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CAPS lose again, Mambas win again

[Posted 15 Aug 2010]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
CAPS fell to Eagles, Mambas have scored two wins a in a row

In a case of contrasting fortunes in Harare on a Saturday afternoon, CAPS United's continued to feel the pressure of losing more than six first teamplayers to South African clubs, while Black Mambas club continued their revival under Madinda Ndlovu following a consecutive league win.

CAPS, who won the BancABC Super 8 quarter-final clash against Shooting Stars rivals during the week under controversial circumstances, suffered a morale sapping loss to Eagles at Rufaro stadium yesterday. CAPS have now lost three matches in a row, after losing 2-3 to Monomotapa on 24 July.

Lloyd Chitembwe's men are struggling to replace the departed players, and the replacements have not yet gelled together with the rest of the team and CAPS continued with their struggling at Rufaro yesterday afternoon.

An 18-year old Brian Katsaruware scored on his debut for Eagles in the 63rd minute to condemn Makepekepe to yet another disappointing loss at home.

Even CAPS coach Chitembwe appears to be running out of ideas, if his questionnable changes at half time yesterday are anything to go by. Chitembwe opted to play with one striker upfront, Frank Addo, after replacing Clive Kawinga with Courage Denias, a midfielder. That was a shocking move considering that CAPS were playing at home.

The 1-0 loss to Eagles was not surprising when considering the strategy employed by Chitembwe at home.

While CAPS' form has taken a serious nose dive and the team continues to sing the blues, the story is exactly the opposite on the other part of town. Black Mambas, who struggled to 11 games without picking up points, started winning away at FC Victoria in their last league match.

Mambas were full value for their 3-0 win over visiting Douglas Warriors yesterday. In-form strikers Sebastien Mtizirwa and Audience Rundofa were on target for Warumwa Warumwa, scoring a goal each. Richard Mteki scored the other goal.

The revival of Mambas has been amazing and if they continue with their revival,they might finish up in the top half of the log.

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