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18/03/2015 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Not bothered about defeat ... Mark Harrison
 
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CAPS United coach Mark Harrison is unfazed by last Sunday’s defeat to arch rivals Dynamos in the ZNA Commander’s Charity Shield semi-final match.

Dynamos won 2-1 with both sides fielding second string teams.

It was Dynamos’ second win over Caps United this season after triumphing in the Bob91 Super Cup final seven days earlier.

On 22 February, United had beaten Dynamos 6-5 on penalties in the Sino-Zim Cement Challenge Cup.

But Dynamos cemented their dominance last Sunday and Harrison appears unmoved.

“This game was not a serious one and we are looking forward to the start of the league campaign where we have to win matches,” Harrison said.

“I fielded some youngsters so that they learn playing in a hostile environment. My focus is on the league campaign but we are not going for the title.

“We want to learn as much as we can and then go for the league title next season. I think we are moving in the right direction and the team would be fine soon. I have five injured key players and I hope they will recover soon.”

Caps begin their league campaign against newly-promoted WhaWha on Sunday.

Harrison is yet to sign former Highlanders midfielder Hillary Madzivanyika and Congolese midfielder Lundula Ahoka.



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