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Bucs Coach on CAF Final Defeat: ‘I Take The Blame’

A dejected Orlando Pirates mentor said he was 'dependable' after the Soweto monsters experienced another awful loss in the CAF Confederations last, this time because of RS Berkane on Friday night.

Privateers lost 5-4 on punishments after a 1-1 impasse following extra-time at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium in Nigeria.

The Buccaneers fall at the last obstacle for the third continuous time in CAF rivalries. The Soweto goliaths lost the 2013 Champions League last to Al Ahly and were crushed 2-1 on total by Etoile du Sahel in the 2013 Confederation Cup last.

In his post-match comments, Ncikazi said, "When the group doesn't win, it is the mentor's shortcoming; it is our obligation.

"You can point toward each path when you enter the entryway; your obligation as a mentor is to make the group win, regardless of the number of reasons you that can place in front, yet it is as yet your obligation."

"I assume the fault; I am the person who isn't assisting the group with winning matches; until that changes, then, at that point, it is our obligation as a mentor, so there could be no other reason," he added.

Ncikazi likewise bemoaned Bucs' absence of focus in key minutes and their Achilles heel this mission of neglecting to change over the possibilities they are making.

"Presently, the group isn't scoring, and it is the mentor's liability. We lost the last, a match that we shouldn't have lost. It's a match that we ought to have been won in ordinary time, the account of our season.

"We make such countless possibilities, rule the match, yet we simply don't do what's generally significant, placing the ball in the net."

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