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Bosso and DeMbare in stalemate

[Posted 26 Apr 2011]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Masuku failed to inspire his Highlanders side to beat Dynamos on Monday. The match ended 0-0

In an extended Easter holiday Castle Premier Soccer League match between Highlanders and bitter rivals Dyanmos at Babourfields on Monday, the two giants once again failed to be seperated after 90 minutes following a goalless stalemate.

The two giants met in a league encounter barely a week after locking horns in an Independence trophy final in which the Bulawayo giants emerged victorious after a penalty lottery.

On Monday, both sets of the technical team mourned about the poor standard of refeering which threatens to undermine the quality of the local premiership.

Gwanda-based referee Nkosana Nduna was accused of incompetency by both DeMbare and Bosso following decisions which both teams alleged to have been questionable.

It was a tension-filled match, as always expected in a match between the two bitter rivals, and it is not suprising that the referee's performance will be the subject of discussion after the match.

Dynamos' Murape Murape was shown a red-card by the referee for a foul on an opponent, and the decision incensed assistant coach Masimba Dinyero.

“The match was good except for bad officiating that is killing football in the country. Murape did not deserve the red card that he was given and there were several crude tackles on our players the referee ignored,” Dinyero complained.

Highlanders were on their part, unhappy with a decision which did not go their way after George Magariro appeared to have brought down Rahman Kutsanzira in the box after the Bosso striker had roasted him just after the 18-yard line.

“It was a tough game. We missed a lot of chances. The penalty which we were denied could have changed the complexion of the match. But it’s part of the game and there is nothing that you can do,” Bosso coach Mkhupali Masuku said after the match.

In the end a draw appears to have been the fairest result, even though Bosso dominated large portions of this mouth-watering encounter.

Meawhile, CAPS United, early pacesetter until Thursday, when they were brought down to earth by little Blue-Ribbon, appear to have hit a bad patch of late. After the shock loss on Thursday, Makepekepe were held to a 1-1 draw by Black Mambas at home.

The unruly section of their fans responded by demanding the sacking of coach Moses Chunga, for losing once and drawing once. In all fairness to Chunga, the CAPS club president Twine Phiri must condemn the actions of this militant section of the CAPS fans.

Chunga will forever be treated by this unruly section of fans as 'someone from the enemy camp'. His sin? To these fans, the fact that Bambo is a Dynamos son will always give him the tag of a potential traitor.

Even after notching impressive results such as the 5-3 against Zimbabwe Saints in the first match, the 5-2 win against Shooting stars and the 4-0 drubbing of Shabanie Mine did not do enough to convince these fans that Chunga is a good coach.

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