Caps United coach Chitembwe upbeat of future

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DESPITE watching his men fluff a glut of scoring chances in Sunday’s 1-1 home league draw with Triangle, Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe feels the future looks bright for his side.

United had to come from behind through Equatorial Guinean forward Pedro Antonio Fugo Mansego who scored late into the first half to cancel Hillary Bakacheza’s strike for Triangle.

The result saw United failing to jump to sixth spot on the log while Triangle extended their winless run to eight games.

Victory would have seen United jumping up the ladder to displace Triangle at fourth position.

The Harare giants have set themselves a top-four finish after letting slip their league title chances earlier in the season.

But Chitembwe feels they are setting themselves base for a meaningful assault on the championship crown next season.

“We played well but it is just that we failed to score quite a number of chances we got. You can see that we created chances and the strikers were getting into scoring position but just failed to bury those chances,” Chitembwe said.

“With a bit of lucky we could have scored more goals. Tactically we were so astute but again we just failed to get in the ball into the back of the nets. The future looks good. The boys are improving with each day and I see us doing very well next season.”

United last won the league title in 2005 under Charles Mhlauri when Chitembwe was still a player.

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