MUTUMA EXPLAINS ACTIONS
1 November 2017
YADAH striker Rodreck Mutuma says he did not get angry after he was substituted.
The former Dynamos star appeared frustrated walking off the pitch after he was substituted in the 47th minute on Saturday, a game they lost 1-0 by How Mine.
“I was not even mad at the coach for substituting me because I knew I had to be because I was injured.
“I took long to walk out of the field because of that, I was in pain,” he said.
And Mutuma didn’t shake hands with Leeroy Murape who was replacing him.
“I was in pain that’s why I couldn’t go to where he was and was feeling cold.
“I went straight to the changing room because of that I needed to get something warm to wear.
“I am happy at Yadah and I can’t think of any team I can be at right now but only Yadah.
“Being at Yadah makes me happy so zvekunzi ndirikubhowekana ndezvimwe izvo. I know that everything is okay on my side,” he said.
Yadah are facing relegation.
“We are doing everything possible to fight relegation. We will try to get maximum points in the remaining matches.
“With God’s help, we know that we can and we believe that everything will look bright on our side,” Mutuma said.