Ngezi Platinum dream on
14 September 2018
NGEZI Platinum defender Keith Murera says they want to win all remaining games as they fight for a maiden league title.
Murera scored the only goal that earned the platinum miners maximum full set points against ZPC Kariba at Baobab on Wednesday.
Ngezi reduced to two points the gap with log leaders FC Platinum, who were held to a 1-1 draw by Black Rhinos.
Murera said they want to win the remaining games for them to keep their title dreams alive.
“From now going forward we cannot afford to drop points.
“We want maximum points all the way to keep the dreams alive. We want wins nothing else,” said Murera.
“The game was okay and I am glad we won. I scored my fourth league goal and I am happy since it was the winning goal for my team.
“That solitary goal helped my team and that is what matters most.”
Murera said they do not want to repeat last season’s mistakes and are approaching the remaining games cautiously.
“This time around we are working on correcting the mistakes we made last year, we don’t want the same thing to happen again.
“We are working harder to attain positive results from the remaining games and we are taking them seriously since our future depends on them.
“It’s these last games that will decide on future and we are taking each game with an agenda,” he said.
Murera also called for consistency.
“We want to have an element of consistency back on our team. Consistency shows that you are serious and you have a dream.
“If we start collecting maximum points now, have consistency and minimise mistakes.”
Murera said they will not be worrying about their title rivals’ performances.
“We don’t look at our competitors, we are focusing on ourselves.
“Reaching our targets is our daily business, we don’t mind other people’s business, we just want to be better and achieve the goals we set for ourselves.
“Whether FC (Platinum) losses or wins, it is none of our business, we don’t mind our neighbours’ business,” said Murera.