We ex­pect bet­ter from War­riors

The Sunday Mail (Zimbabwe) - - COMMENT -

ED­I­TOR — I hon­estly feel the War­riors con­spired to dis­ap­point in Mon­rovia, Liberia in a match they should have won by an avalanche of goals.

Now we have to leave it on home soil to wrap it, but who knows, our team has al­ways been un­pre­dictable, opt­ing to dis­ap­point at the fi­nal hur­dle.

It is a pity that th­ese boys took turns to miss at goal, the chief cul­prit be­ing Tino Kadewere.

The tech­ni­cal team is also to blame hav­ing spent most part of the game glued on the bench without mak­ing nec­es­sary sub­sti­tu­tions at the cru­cial time.

This was a sign they were con­tent with a goal­less draw.

Chidzambwa and com­pany let us down. Knox Mu­tizwa or Evans Rusike should have come in ear­lier.

Again, l won­der why a player like Khama Bil­liat should be de­ployed in deep mid­field when his strength lies in his tear-away prow­ess com­ing from the wings.

Chidzambwa should have known that we can only make good use of Khama by play­ing him ac­cord­ing to his strength.

As a fan, I de­mand that they should go out and make the na­tion proud come March next year. No ex­cuses. Taisirevei Ma­hoza, Hwange

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