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Mapeza says there is no bad blood between him & Magaya after failing to attend PHD church service

6 years agoTue, 13 Jun 2017 04:49:26 GMT
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Mapeza says there is no bad blood between him & Magaya after failing to attend PHD church service

Warriors interim coach Norman Mapeza said that there is no bad blood between him and Walter Magaya after he failed to attend a PHD church service following the Warriors’ victory over Liberia on Sunday.

Said Mapeza:

I can tell you that I am very disturbed by all these things that I have been hearing that I had a fallout with Prophet Magaya on Sunday because nothing can be further from the truth.

I called the team manager (Wellington Mpandare) earlier today (yesterday) and, on his phone, I managed to talk to the prophet to tell him that it was wrong for people to try and divide us for their selfish reasons when we had built, in the past two weeks, a very strong relationship.

I told him that during our time in camp I really bonded with him very well and that is why I accepted that he should even come to our training sessions and I could discuss with him issues relating to our preparations.

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I told him that we owe him a lot for all that he did in giving us a good camping base where we were able to prepare for the game against Liberia without any distractions.

When we won that game, it appears, some people who didn’t want us to win then found something very negative because they didn’t want the positive story.

 

More: Herald

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