DEMBARE STILL BELIEVE
6 nOVEMBER 2017
DYNAMOS Coach Lloyd Mutasa said the title race is still open after his side defeated Chapungu 1-0 at National Sports Stadium on Sunday.
The result lifted the former champions into third place, two points behind Ngezi Platinum and FC Platinum who are tied on 63 points separated by goal difference.
Mutasa, who waited 89 minutes for Quality Kangadzi to score the winner, said the good part of the battle is that the two teams joint top are going to play each other.
“The belief is there and the good part is that the two teams are going to play each other and we would want to see the outcome.
“And obviously one, if not both of them, is going to lose points,” said Mutasa.
The DeMbare coach said they will not throw in the towel until the last day of the season.
“The feeling is great, I’ve always said this is an institution that believes that the battle, the war is over when it is really over and we want to be in the mix until the end.
“What we are saying is, let’s try to work hard, let’s try to win points and see where they can take us,” he said.
Kangadzi who scored the only goal of the match said they desperately needed the win which gives them a chance in the title race.
He said Dynamos have what it takes to upset other contenders, “We have a chance. I’m not saying it’s going to happen but we have a chance and there is chance to cause an upset.
“We just need to calm and do our work well (winning games).”
The forward praised the ‘character’ DeMbare had shown against Chapungu but said they need to rediscover their consistency.
“When I came in from the bench, the coach told me that we did a win and fortunately we managed it.
“That is what is needed now, we need to make sure we collect maximum points, we need to maintain this. Who knows? We can make it,” said Kangadzi.