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CAPS, Motor Action lose

[Posted 08 Aug 2011]
[By Brighton Mupangavanhu]
Champions Motor Action lost 3-2 to Hwange at the Colliery

CAPS United lost their fourth stright match under the caretaker leadership of Maxwell Takaendesa Jongwe, and experience has shown Zimbabwe that thats the kind of situation which can easily lead to fans rioting, as far as CAPS supporters are concerned.

Playing away at improving Masvingo United's home ground, Mucheke Stadium, Makepekepe lost 0-1 to the home team to complete a four-match losing streak, which doesn't seem to be abating.

The loss leaves CAPS at position eleven on a sixteen-team log and facing the prospect of relegation if they fail to stem the down-ward spiral which intensified when Moses Chunga left the club about a month ago.

Gunners, who spent much of the new season as the bottom team, have dramatically made strides up the log, and sit on an incredible number 9 on the log, following their 2-0 win over Shooting Stars under the leadership of Chunga.

Chunga has already completed a double over his former paymasters at CAPS, and his team is looking good for a top 8 finish this season. What a remarkable change of fortunes, from relegation contenders to a possible top 8 finish!

Those who doubt Bambo's ability as a coach appear to have been forced to eat humble pie, as the former Zimbabwe Warriors capatain is determined to prove his critics wrong by grounding im0portant victories for the former champions, a team he led to the league title two seasons ago.

Defending champions Motor Action suffered a painful defeat at the hands of their hosts Hwange FC at the Colliery Stadium on Sunday, leaving them in danger of failing to catch up with FC Platinum, who have a date against tough opponents Highlanders on Thursday.

Rahman Gumbo led the money-rich Zimbabwean leaders to a victory over his former club Bosso on his return to Zimbabwe after many years of coaching foreign clubs.

While it may prove a tall order for the former Warriors midfielder and coach to score a double over Bosso, Gumbo is more experienced coach than Mkhupali Masuku, and it such experience and the current form of his club that will win the day at Babourfields on Thursday.

An FC Platinum victory will see the platinum-miners open a three point gap over the Mighty Bulls, while a draw will increse the gap to only three points.

In other results, Dynamos laboured to a 1-1 draw against police outfit Black Mambas when Wonder Sithole rescued a point for them when he scored in the 81st minute to deny the police team maximum points, after Brian Amidu had given them the lead soon after resumption.


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