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Grounded Yadah Back To The Drawing Board

Following their one nil loss to Harare giants, Dynamos over the weekend, Yadah FC coach Jairos Tapera says his team needs to go back to the drawing board and correct their wrongs.

The new boys tested defeat for the first time this season having gone five games unbeaten and Tapera was quick to point out that the team needs to go back to basic and sharpen on their finishing which proved to be their biggest undoing after missing several chances.

“Our biggest let down was the finishing where we could have done much better. We wasted numerous chances which could have seen the game going the other way  and the goal we conceded was too soft but it’s all in the past now.

“We need to go back to the drawing board and correct our wrongs. The boys need to work on their finishing and conversion rate. Those chances we missed could have seen us scoring more than two goals and it could be a different story,” said Tapera while heaping praises for his defence which has been mean in the league so far.

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The defeat was the first for Yadah who came into the game on the back-end of two wins and three draws but were brought back to earth by struggling giants, Dynamos FC courtesy of a 34th minute strike by Ocean Mushure.

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Yadah’s exciting right winger, Leroy Mavhunga, who had a brilliant game on Sunday, said despite the team’s loss, there were many positives to be taken from the match.

“We are new and young and obviously there is so much excitement when a team plays Dynamos, as a result we put out our best performance so far. Although we lost, we can be proud that we only managed to concede one goal against the former champions,” said Mavhunga.

The diminutive winger was a pain for the Dynamos defence all afternoon with his quick pace and slick touches.

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