Vipers Sports Club have had a rather shocking start to the season despite bolstering the squad at the start of the campaign.
However, the performance in their opening four games has created room to cast doubts despite remaining unbeaten (won two and drawn two).
Head coach Edward Golola has spoken about his side's mild and has called upon his charges to show consistency and put in the extra work.
“We would like to be more consistent, but it’s something that we’re working on. It’s not easy to achieve so quickly.
"The effort from the players makes us believe that we will take less time to find it, as they are showing their professionalism,” he told the club's official website.
Golola believes his charges struggled against SC Villa especially at the start despite improving later on.
“We struggled a little with getting into the game, and it wasn’t the start that we wanted. We improved later on and had good phases of play. I think that we deserved more than a draw.
“We wanted to win because we were thinking it was a very good opportunity to get the three points but after the 90 minutes, I think that the result is fair for both.
"There were plenty of things and that result can be a good point if we win on Saturday against Proline FC at home,” he said.
“But really, the positive things, we are going to analyze that, but there are things to improve. Also, some players took one step more ahead, as with Watambara.
"Defensively as a team, I think we were better competitively in the match and offensively in some moments, maybe we could do better and create more chances.”
Vipers SC are set to host Proline FC on Saturday, October 5.
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