“It Was Not A Good Sight” – Chitembwe Regrets Announcing Departure

Former Caps United coach, Lloyd Chitembwe has said that he regrets announcing his departure to town rivals, Harare City immediately after Makepekepe’s victory over Highlanders.

Chitembwe said that the announcement killed the happy mood in which the players were in. Speaking to The Sunday Mail, Chitembwe said:

It was very sombre, I felt for them (CAPS United players). Most of them, if not all of them, were deflated.

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Some cried. It was soon after the game. I feel like I should have said it on a Tuesday after the game.

It actually took everything away from a good performance and a good victory. My best moments last Sunday were before and during the game, not after.

The players were almost in tears, it was not a good sight.

Meanwhile, Chitembwe’s new club, Harare City, play Highlanders today at 1500 hours away from home.

More: The Sunday Mail

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“It Was Not A Good Sight” – Chitembwe Regrets Announcing Departure