Monday, June 24, 2024

Perry Mutapa not amused by Power Dynamos poor finishing …Believes they are in a position to challenge for the title

Power Dynamos football club returned to winning ways on Sunday as they edged Zanaco football club 2-1 in a rescheduled week 13 encounter at Arthur Davies Stadium to push them. back into the top four.

The win was Power Dynamos first in four matches registering two draws a loss before beating the Bankers yesterday.

Coach Perry Mutapa however still feels his team should do better when it comes to putting away the chances they create.

“We have won the game but I believe we still have a lot of work to do in terms of scoring as I said in the first half we could have been 3-0 leading going into the break, In the second half as well there was a miss from Kondwani Chiboni, Godfrey Ngwenya could have scored a hat trick and he did not do that so we still have lots of work in terms of finishing,” Mutapa told the ZamFoot Crew.

“We have won we are happy with the three points but in terms of finishing I believe even against Forest Rangers we could have won the game 4-1.”

“I think we went through a bad period in terms of results but in terms of performance I think I was happy with the team because in every game we are improving and from the game against NAPSA we conceded silly goals-against Kabwe Warriors we also conceded a silly goal against Forest Rangers same story and today we conceded a Silly goal, imagine if this game could have been a draw obviously the morale of the boys could have been down but what we wanted today is to move up the Log and plan for the second round of the season, come next year it will give us enough time to plan and sitting at a comfortable position which is fourth,” he added.

Mutapa believes his team is in a good position to challenge for the title.

“Of course even with the bad results we were seventh only four points away from the Top, I think in football it’s all about planning, yes we messed up the three games but we are still in contention just as well are today we are still in contention, what could have happened if we had taken maximum points in the last three games? we could have been flying but this is football sometimes it’s a blessing in disguise you have problems like this and this break will give us enough time to plan and see where we can mend,” he said.

Mutapa was visibly not happy with the officiating in the match despite winning but refused to comment on the matter saying it was for the Journalists and Writers to write about.

Power Dynamos labored to a 2-1 win thanks to a brace from midfielder Godfrey Ngwenya while Moses Phiri scored Zanaco’s goal. Chris Kaunda and his men continue their poor away form playing six games so far losing four and drawing two.


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