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Black Eagles face relegation

Denzel Serima

Black Eagles FC won only three league games in out of 19 played so far leaving fans with a question on whether the bird will have a second chance in the Midlands top flight next season.

The Black Eagles sit lowest in the Central Region Soccer League (CRSL) drawing 4 games the whole season totalling 13 points out of a possible 57.

“The thing is we are not winning games, we have failed as a team” said Black Eagles coach Oscar Muvhimi.

“We are not financially fit, our sponsorship is limited, that’s why we cannot acquire high quality players compared to other teams we compete against,” added Muvhimi.

After their 1-0 loss to Vumbachikwe at Simbi stadium, signs of a struggling team are becoming more evident by the day in their league campaign.

Other matches played left people wondering who will conquer midlands as the fight is still on with two teams tie at 35 points on the summit leaving a three-point difference between the 3rd and 4th placed teams also tie at 32 points.

Telone FC thrashed, relegation threatened side, FC Lessafire 4-1 collecting all three points totalling 35 in the league only to sit second behind log leaders Tongogara FC which thrashed FC Platinum U19 2 nil last weekend.

Whawha FC poses a danger to the log leaders as well as ZPC Munyati FC which sit 3rd and 4th respectively at 32 points leaving a three-point gap between them and the top two teams.

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