DeMbare wheels coming off?
25 September 2017
IT seems wheels are coming off for former champions Dynamos who have gone for three games without a win.
Coach Lloyd Mutasa admits they are scoring less and conceding and they have work to do.
DeMbare had gone on a six-match winning streak in the premiership, but things have not gone their way in the last three full matches, drawing one and losing two, excluding the Chapungu match.
Against Highlanders, DeMbare went to half time leading 1-0 before the visitors levelled the score in the second half.
After the Bosso tie, DeMbare went on to lose 1-0 to arch rivals CAPS United.
They went on to play the 34 minutes that had been outstanding in their abandoned tie with Chapungu and they could not add on to the four goals they initially scored.
Coming into the Sunday match, the Glamour Boys were hoping for a win to progress into the next stage of the Chibuku Super Cup, going to half time leading 1-0 courtesy of Ntouba Epoupa.
They could not hold on to the lead in the second half resulting in Bulawayo City scoring two goals to win the match.
Sipho Ndlovu and Zephaniah Ngodzo scored for Bulawayo City.
“We lost, we scored but did not hang on to the lead and they scored two goals that I think we could have avoided. As an institution we would want to do well in every competition we play but such is football, we are out.
“Obviously when you don’t win, its disappointing, but on a good phase you would want to quickly bounce back but I think we are not scoring as much as we normally do and we are conceding goals as well. It is something we quickly need to go back and work on,” said Mutasa.