Al Ahly Tripoli player Sameh derbali (R) fights for the ball with Caps United player Dominic chungwa (L) during the 2017 CAF Champions League game between Al Ahly Tripoli and Caps United in Sfax, Tunisia on 21 June 2017 © BackpagePix
Wednesday Mar 28, 2018. 14:30
Zimbabwean Premier Soccer League giants Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has expressed unhappiness after his club was involved in an away kit bungle.
The coach has vowed to confront his bosses for bringing shame to the top premiership side when they were caught unprepared to deal with a team kit clash.
United faced hosts Bulawayo Chiefs in a match that finished 2-2 on Sunday and did not travel with an away kit as per the rules.
In his post-match interview, Chitembwe's sentiments revealed his unhappiness as he directed all his frustrations at his bosses.
"You don't expect these things to happen especially at this level of the game. Administratively, we were found wanting,” he said.
"In this case, we know we were culpable. It was our responsibility to make sure that we did change our kit but for unknown reasons to me, to the players, we had one kit.
“So it's something that I obviously want to seek answers from the top hierarchy.
“Obviously it's something I will address with my top hierarchy."