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CAPS United coach Mark Harrison says he doesn’t know anything about Hwange and would take a cautious approach when they date the coalminers at Gwanzura this afternoon.The Green Machine are seeking to build on their rare but significant win over Highlanders at Barbourfields.

Makepekepe are still buoyed by the victory against Highlanders and their mentor would like to believe that they are finally getting things right after a difficult start.

“I don’t know about Hwange. I haven’t had a chance to look at them playing. We are at home so we need to build from the victory against Highlanders.

“We had the most difficult start and we still have on-going problems. We have to start picking up points.

“I am really starting to understand what I want from the players in the way the team is now playing it is tremendous,” Harrison said.

The Briton said if the financial situation improves for the players and the technical team CAPS United would be a formidable side which can guarantee their supporters three points in every match.

“We still have on-going problems it is a difficult situation but we have to try and motivate each other so that we pick up points. “If the financial situation improves dramatically everything would be great and it would give us a chance to play football and even make my life easier not this emotional roller coaster,” he said.

Source : The Herald

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