Whawha technical adviser, Lloyd Mutasa has conceded that the fight for against relegation is no longer in their hands.
The prisons and correctional services side is second from bottom with 19 points and with eight games to go there is still a chance for the Gweru based outfit to escape relegation.
Despite the 24 points to play for Mutasa has resigned his side’s chances to fate after he saw his charges who have netted a paltry 12 goals failing to score in crucial matches.
“As you can see we are second from bottom and the destiny is not in our hands and so we will just take each game as it comes and see where we will be at the end of the season,” he said.
Whawha drew one all with Triangle in a match “Chekera Pasi” created many chances but failed to convert including a Nelzon Maziwisa goal which was flagged for offside.
Whawha clash with title chasing Dynamos on Wednesday ,the defending league champions will be looking to bounce back following their 3-1 defeat to FC Platinum at the weekend.
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