MWOS hold Pirates in debut Division One football match
Chegutu Pirates —(0)0
Innocent Muchochomi in Chegutu
Northern Region Division One newcomers Moors World of Sport(MWOS) coach Wonder Ngoko praised his boys for scratching a point in a goalless draw away to Chegutu Pirates in their debut league game at Pfupajena Stadium on Sunday
Ngoko, whose team dominated from onset and could have emerged victorius had converted their chances, said it’s an achievement drawing against seasoned Pirates, especially at their backyard.
“I’m elated with the result. The boys played quite superb. Drawing against a big team like Pirates is a step in the right direction considering it’s our maiden appearance in the league. ”
“For a start it’s ok. In fact, we could have won the match had we scored chances we created.”
While Ngoko was pleased with the outcome, his counterpart Emmanuel “Ras Day” Gutu marched off the pitch disappointed
“I am a very unhappy man. because a draw at home is a defeat.”
” Mwos were a better side. They dominated us in all aspects of the game which is technically and tactically. ”
“We had our game plan but it went into disarray because of the mobility of our opponents.”
“Our players were slow to react as evidenced by the number of fouls we committed”
“In a nutshell, I give credit to MWOS. They came well prepared and duly earned a point,” said Gutu.
Unlike his predecessor Richard Chunga who had a youthful outfit, Gutu fielded players that a legion of fans pointed are in the twilight zone.
Gutu wiped aside the allegations saying he had no option because they are the ones coming for training
“If the old players are the ones attending the session I got no option but to field them cause if what you desire is not available, the available becomes desirable”
“I can not move around begging players to come to the ground but I feel if one feels he is capable he must prove it at the training field.