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Best coach in Africa sends this message to lorch and another striker.

Former Orlando Pirates forward Benni McCarthy supported Thembinkosi Lorch and Deon Hotto after their costly misses in the CAF Confederations Cup final.

Defending mediocrity is not the responsibility of the football party, but of politicians. If a player fails to perform during a game, he should be reprimanded rather than supported. How can Hotto, a striker who missed so many opportunities, be defended? It will be business as usual for him in the next game.

Our coaches have failed us, as they are aware that African teams prefer to defend.

Why not begin the game with both Mhango and Peprah as your strikers?

Three-quarters of goals scored in caf matches were scored by defenders.

This demonstrates that our front line was depleted and that you sidelined a prolific scorer like Mhango.

This contest was scheduled to last 90 minutes.

As extra time began, the substitutes were also late.

I can forgive Lorch, but not Hotto, who could have won the game in the first half. Lorch brought us back and gave us a chance to fight back, but he missed...a penalty.

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