Chicken Inn coaching pair of Joey Antipas and his assistant Prince Matore officially ended duty at Gamecocks albeit on a losing note this afternoon when the club went down 2-1 to visiting Triangle.
“That was their last game in charge. We actually having a farewell mini function for them tonight,” said Chicken secretary-general Tavengwa Hara.
In his parting shot, Matore, said: “I would like to encourage the guys to stay focused. Heads up Chicken Inn. There is still room to pick up and claim the championship again. They all just need to have confidence.”
Antipas and Matore are set to join South Africa’s National First Division side Amuzulu on 1 July.
This afternoon’s Chicken Inn loss was their third in a row after falling to Bulawayo City and and ZPC Kariba.
Marlvern Gaki and Simba Makoni scored for Sugarcane Boys while veteran Clemence Matawu found a face saver for Gamecocks in a game that the defending champions were let down by their goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze who punched a Makoni timid shot into the back of his net.
Incoming Chicken Inn coach Rahman Gumbo and his assistant Thulani “Thuts” Sibanda watched the game from the terraces where they were visibly discussing a lot about Gamecocks moves.
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