DEMBARE’S BIG CHANCE
13 July 2018
DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa is optimistic they will collect maximum points against troubled Shabanie Mine at Maglas on Sunday.
Shabanie suffered a heavy loss to Triangle (5-0) in their last encounter while the PSL giants have shown significant improvement after the break.
“We are doing fine and we are ready for Shabanie. It has been long, it has been maybe over six years from 2011 up to this time.
“Every time we play at Maglas we ended up in draws and I don’t remember the last win in that field,” Mutasa said.
He added: “Everything has got a beginning and the good part is we are selecting our team from the crew that is really eager to turn the tide.
“Like any other team that plays Dynamos, they up their games and so is Shabanie.
“Shabanie being probably the oldest club in Zvishavane, they are bound to give such a shift and I am sure we should be able to break it.”
DeMbare allowed Chicken Inn to come into the match to force a 1-1 draw in their last match.
“As the coach you always impart knowledge on these youngsters that the game of football is not over until it’s over.
“With one goal you are never certain and you need to probably get three goals to (cover) yourself up.
“We are working on that and we are seeing some positives and I’m sure we will be able to score goals at Maglas.”
Goalkeeper Chinani, who was impressive against the Gamecocks, is doubtful.
“We have Chinani who have a swollen knee, he might be out but we will see how it goes tomorrow,” Mutasa said.