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Mangwiro apologises for 6-0 humiliation

08/09/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
All I can say is I am sorry to the Caps United family ... Taurai Mangwiro
 
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CAPS United coach Taurai Mangwiro has apologised for presiding over the clubs’ 6-0 mauling by FC Platinum in the ZNA Charity Shield final.

It was United’s worst ever defeat of their 41-year top-flight football history.

Zambian forward Obrey Chirwa struck a brace for the platinum miners while Tarisai Rukanda and Walter Musona weighed in with a goal each as Caps United defender George Nyirenda scored an own goal.

It was a bad day in office for Caps who finished the match with eight men after Nyirenda, Hardlife Zvirekwi and David Chipala were red-carded.

Mangwiro is still to come to terms with the routing which he partly blames on referee Rugare Kusosa.

“All I can say is I am sorry to the Caps United family for such kind of result. It is a disgrace to all of us,” Mangwiro said.

“No one wants a result like this. Things turned out in a bad way and we never expected this.

“I would not want to talk about the referee but I feel he spoiled what started as a good afternoon for us. I do not want to end up looking like I am giving excuses.”

The result was also FC Platinum`s biggest ever win since their debut PSL season in 2011.






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