Dwangwa blame players for lack of committment

Dwangwa United FC returned to the cane fields in Nkhotakota a thirsty-lot after experiencing a 6-1 demolition at Civil Sporting Club in a TNM Super League encounter played at Civo Stadium on Sunday, July 30, 2017  a day after the Cane Growers had been butchered 3-0 by Silver Strikers at Nankhaka Ground in Area 30.

Scorers of the fourth goal for Civil, Joseph Kachule.-Photo by Leonard Sharra, Nyasa Times
Record busters: Ndawa and his assistant Oscar Kaunda.-Photo by Leonard Sharra, Nyasa Times
Civil Sporting fans on cloud 9.-Photo by Leonard Sharra, Nyasa Times
Good sportsmanship: Sporting Dwangwa pray together after the game..-Photo by Leonard Sharra, Nyasa Times
The Cane growers team manager Davie Mwandira blamed heavy losses on lack of commitment on the part of his players.
“There is total lack of commitment and unity amongst our players and we need to sit down with them before things get out of hand.
“However, I am optimistic that things will get back to normal and we will get back our winning ways,” said Mwandira.
Civo’s mentor Franco Ndawa commended his boys for playing to instructions.
“If you ask the boys, they will tell you that I told them to score six goals and they have done just that. There is total discipline amongst the players and the best is yet to come,” said Ndawa.
The result means Sporting have made another record as the highest scoring team in a single match after halting Be Forward’s unbeaten run a few weeks ago.

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