Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Coach Jack Chamangwana was left furious with his side’s attitude after they were forced to a 1-1 draw against Dwangwa United on Saturday.
Chifundo Tahiwa was Dwangwa Uniteds’ hero as his 45th minute stunning header got his side a point after Luka Milanzi had put the Nomads in front.
But Chamangwana was far from impressed by a laboured performance from his side.
“My Boys did not have the heart to win, I told them that if you want to win against small teams you need to score 3 or 2 goals in the opening 20 minutes,” he said.
“When playing against a team like Dwangwa you have to score as soon as possible otherwise they grow confidence and they start to take the game to your side”
Wanderers were without Isaac Kaliati who is yet to agree a contract extension with the club but Chamangwana refuted claims that Kaliati’s absence had a bearing on the result.
He said: “It’s not about Kaliati’s absence, even if we had five players isolated, we would have still won the match, like I said it’s all about the right mentality and the heart to win.”