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The only serious rivals to Dynamos for the championship ... ZPC Kariba players celebrate

31/10/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
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ZPC Kariba have said they are keeping their calm as they shift focus to face off Harare City in of their three matches left in the campaign.

"We are keeping calm. We are taking each game as it comes,” said coach Saul Chaminuka.

“I am happy with the way we displayed against Buffaloes but that does not mean that our target has changed. We still aim for a top four finish not the league.

“We have a game against Harare City at the weekend; that is our focus right now. I am happy that we won against Buffaloes, it was not an easy game but the win takes a little bit of pressure off us.

“What is left for us is to win one more game, hopefully against Harare City, and then we will be assured of a top-four finish which is our target,” he said.

Chaminuka played down his team’s title aspirations once again despite being the only team with a realistic chance to topple log leaders Dynamos with only three matches to go before the Premiership concludes.

“I never said we were going for the championship.

“We were always playing to avoid relegation first and then to finish fourth so we are not worried about what Dynamos are doing,” said Chaminuka whose men face the defending champions in the next match after the clash against Harare City.

Goals by veteran forward Limited Chikafa, Norest Mkwezvaramba and Moses Makanje ensured the power utility side kept alive the title chase in the wake of a disappointing 0-2 loss to FC Platinum in Zvishavane last Saturday.

Substitute Lloyd Katongomara grabbed the consolation goal for Buffaloes late in the match.


Saturday: FC Platinum v Chicken Inn, Harare City v ZPC Kariba, How Mine v Chapungu

Sunday: Black Rhinos v Shabanie Mine, Dynamos v Bantu Rovers, Buffaloes v Caps United, Triangle United v Hwange, Highlanders v Chiredzi


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