Harare City coach, Philani Ncube mocked Highlanders coach Erol Akbay following his team’s victory in a Chibuku Super Cup first round match at Mandava Stadium. He also dedicated the win to their injured fans who were attacked by Highlanders fans 26 minutes into the match.
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We are happy we won. We were playing one of the big teams, a team with tradition. It’s unfortunate for their coach Akbay. What is he going to tell the Highlanders magnitudes now? He has been talking a lot. He succeeded with the assistance of Cosmas Zulu and Amini Soma-Phiri and now you can see there is something wrong. I’m not saying he is a bad coach, but what’s next for him now? They made a mistake by allowing us to play. I also think the win was poetic justice after our supporters were manhandled. We dedicate the win to our injured
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