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27/07/2015 00:00:00
by Supersport
We are relaxed ... Sunday Chidzambwa
DeMbare have reached expiry date, Bosso

ZPC Kariba coach Sunday Chidzambwa is yet to win a match since his return to the PSL after a 16-year absence from the local league.

Kariba were defeated 2-1 by visiting Triangle at their new home Nyamhunga Stadium last Saturday.

They are yet to win at home since relocating to Nyamhunga from their adopted Gwanzua Stadium in Harare.

But all attention has fallen on Chidzambwa whose ZPC Kariba record reads three defeats and a draw.

It was his second defeat on home soil after also falling 1-0 to Tsholotsho earlier this month.

His debut match was against Triangle who beat ZPC Kariba 1-0 at Gibbo Stadium in the reverse league match.

But, the coach appears not worried the poor run of form.

“Our main goal is to avoid relegation and I am certain we will do that. I am still working on the team and results will come,” Chidzambwa said.

“There is no need to panic because there is still time to work on many things. My players are relaxed and they know it will be well with us.

“Of course we are not running for the league title but just to stay safe and we will see how to go about it next year. We just need a little bit of some time to correct things.”

ZPC Kariba have appeared a pale shadow of themselves after finishing their debut top-flight league season last year on a high, losing on the championship race on the last day of the campaign.

They are currently dicing with relegation at number 11 on the log with 16 points from 17 outings.


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