Sofapaka coach Stewart Hall was not satisfied with the side’s 2-0 win over Rangers FC at the City Stadium on Sunday afternoon and believes they should have done better.
Speaking after the match, the coach lamented that his players wasted a host of chances that they should have easily converted to register a comfortable lead.
While maintaining his earlier stated intention of dropping more players at the end of the season, the coach said that the team needs a revival.
-The problem on our side was finishing which we were very poor at but I will continue working on the team and probably drop more at the end of the season.
The 2009 league champions scored twice in the match through a deflected shot from Osborne Monday’s corner and a James Situma header in the 88th minute but this was after seeing many open chances go to waste.