McCarthy: I'm running out of patience

Premiership

AmaZulu produced another top attacking display against SuperSport United but again could not win as head coach Benni McCarthy's frustration grows.

The 1-1 draw with Matsatsantsa extended their bad luck to four games without a win under McCarthy, who has been lamenting his team's inability to convert their chances.

A frustrated McCarthy says they can't become a team that is defined as playing good football but without the points to prove it, and he is running out of patience.

"Again you know, I think it's becoming same old story you know, we play well, we dominates games, create chances, clear chances, clinical, and players take it for granted," he said after Wednesday's result.

"You can't play the way we play and dominate the way we do every single game since I walked in the door and became AmaZulu FC manager, we've got nothing to show for it.

"It becomes a bit frustrating. Yeah my patience is a bit running out now so yeah I just feel like players needs to ask more of themselves."

McCarthy says players must now take responsibility for their actions as they make his job difficult and feels in the last four games they have dropped points because of missing clear chances.

"Because I think it's too easy that when you throw away points like these no one takes accountability for it. So yeah and your job becomes so difficult. In Bloemfontein Celtic [game] it was the same situation, Kaizer Chiefs, Maritzburg United, and today same problem.

"I don't want AmaZulu to be known for this, that we dominate games but we get one point. I think we have to keep fighting."

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