Ex-Kaizer Chiefs forward Billiat finds himself in the relegation zone as winless Yadah now sits at the bottom of the table.

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The ex-Amakhosi standout now finds himself in a precarious position as his team (Yadah FC) once more failed to secure their first win of the season.

In their latest match, Khama Billiat’s team, Yadah FC, suffered their third defeat in the Zimbabwean top-tier, losing 2-1 against Simba Bhora at the Heart Stadium.

Tymon Machope and Walter Musona scored for the visitors, while Blessed Ndereki netted a consolation goal for the hosts.

Yadah supporters had high hopes for a strong league start when their club signed the former Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs attacker.

However, they’ve only managed to gather two points from the last five league games, leaving them at the bottom of the table.

Pressure is mounting on the technical team and players to deliver results before it’s too late.

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Yadah defender Clive Mandivei expressed the team’s determination to give their best and restore joy to their loyal supporters. Despite the lack of favorable results, they remain resilient and determined.



“We are itching to do our best and bring smiles back to our Yadah faithful, of course, results have not been coming our way, but we will not despair,” defender Clive MandiveiĀ told the team’s media team.


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Yadah FC Next Match


Yadah’s upcoming match will be against TelOne, who currently sit in fifth place. Yadah aims to secure maximum points from this fixture.

TelOne, newly promoted last season, have accumulated eight points from their five matches played this season.


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