Shingi Matibiri, Sports Reporter
CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has castigated the decision by his players to embark on an industrial action before the 2-0 defeat to Cranborne Bullets at the National Sports Stadium.
The match started thirty minutes late as the CAPS United players refused to play demanding that they be paid their outstanding dues.
And when the match started they fell to a Brian Muzondiwa brace and it could have been more had Bullets been precise in front of goal.
A miffed Chitembwe blasted his players after the match.
“It was thugish behaviour from the boys, I don’t think it was necessary,” Chitembwe said.
“I’m sure it has humbled them because of this defeat. When such things happen obviously you stand to lose, you don’t win. I expected this kind of result considering what had happened.”
Castle Lager Premier League Results:
CAPS United 0-2 Cranborne Bullets
Highlanders 1-1 Chicken Inn
Manica Diamonds 1-0 ZPC Kariba