Masomere frets over strikers, refuses to press panic button

How Mine coach Luke Masomere is worried about his misfiring strike force but has refused to press panic buttons over the situation.The gold miners boast of what on paper appears to be the leaguea��s most strongest strike force which include last seasona��s PSL joint top goal-scorers Charles Sibanda and Kuda Musharu as well as the duoa��s runners-up Limited Chikafa.

Chikafa is, however, injured while Sibanda and Musharu have been struggling for better goal returns.

How Mine have found target three times in four games while the other three are awarded goals from their abandoned fixture against Caps United.

a�?Yes you get worried when your strikers are not scoring goals but I believe we will come out right as time goes by. We, however, are not panicking over the matter because we can always improve,a�? Masomere said.

a�?The area of our strikers is something we have to work on seriously. We will give it more attention at training. I still believe the league has just started and we will get better. The goals will come and everyone will be happy.a�?

How Mine are yet to lose a match but their campaign has been disturbed by three draws.

They have so far registered two 0-0 draws against Chapungu and Harare City respectively. a�� supersport.com harga nizoral tablet.