Whether or not Lloyd Chitembwe bleeds green is perhaps a rhetoric question for anyone who has followed his journey in the game.
CAPS United is the club through which he has risen from one the best defensive midfielders to one of the best coaches in the country; guilding Makepekepe to the group stages of the CAF Champions League in 2017, after scoping the the league titie the previous season.
But how does the Warriors assistant coach feel ahead of facing his former paymasters in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League tomorrow, since he is now the head coach of Harare City?
“It is an emotional game for me,” Chitembwe said. “Personally, it’s a happy emotion in the sense that Caps is one club where I managed to achieve so much. It has given me the opportunity and platform to show what I’m capable of, from both facets of the game which is playing as well as coaching.” Chitembwe said according to NewsDay Sport.
“It (Caps) has given me so much and so I’m very grateful to the club and I had some special moments with those players, especially those who are there now. I also had some special moments with the fans; I respect them so much and they are probably the reason why I have come this far in my career,” he added, thought inisiting that he will do the very best for his new paymasters to win the game.