Amidu, Mwerahari boost Dynamos

By Wellington Toni

DYNAMOS’ bid to survive relegation has received a boost with
news from their depleted camp being that vice-captain Obey Mwerahari (pictured)
and Brett Amidu are available for the Castle Lager Premier Soccer
League clash against Black Rhinos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
The Dynamos camp has been decimated by injuries and uncertainly over
the availability of veteran Ocean Mushure, who is reportedly on
strike.
Godfrey Mukambi, James Marufu are suspened, Jimmy Tigere is on
compassionate leave, Cleopas Kapupurika and Phakamani Dube are also on
the treatement table.
Prodigal son Denver Mukamba will have to pass a late fitness test as
the Harare giants angle for second consecutive win that will take them
to 37 points and relative safety. They are coming from a moral
boosting 2-1 win over archrivals Caps United.
Dynamos caretaker coach Lloyd Chigowe has challenged those available
to deliver for the team.
“This is a must-win game for us like all the other upcoming
assignments and we are giving it our best in terms of preparations.
But we have a setback with some of our key players ruled out of the
match due to different reasons,” Chigowe said.
“Naturally, these injuries and suspensions affect the rhythm of the
team, but we have challenged those who are going to play to come to
the party and deliver. They must show that they are worth to play for
Dynamos,” he said.
Second placed Ngezi Platinum will be hoping to get their campaign back
on track and keep the noose on FC Platinum when they host struggling
Chapungu at Baobab.
Having been a steady side, in terms of coaches’ turnover in the last
two seasons, Ngezi brew a shocker when they axed Tonderayi Ndiraya
after a 1-0 away loss to Bulawayo City.
Now they have turned back to the man who gave them a taste of top
class action, Clifton Kadurira to revive their title ambitions. His
first match in charge is not a tough, but Chapungu have a wily gaffer
in Rodwell Dhlakama, who has his own ghosts to deal with.
He needs to save the Midlands side from the chop, simple, and he needs
a win to do it.
Highlanders have a tricky tie against Bulawayo City who are battling
for their -DYNAMOS’ bid to survive relegation has received a boost with
news from their depleted camp being that vice-captain Obey Mwerahari
and Brett Amidu are available for the Castle Lager Premier Soccer
League clash against Black Rhinos at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
The Dynamos camp has been decimated by injuries and uncertainly over
the availability of veteran Ocean Mushure, who is reportedly on
strike.
Godfrey Mukambi, James Marufu are suspened, Jimmy Tigere is on
compassionate leave, Cleopas Kapupurika and Phakamani Dube are also on
the treatement table.
Prodigal son Denver Mukamba will have to pass a late fitness test as
the Harare giants angle for second consecutive win that will take them
to 37 points and relative safety. They are coming from a moral
boosting 2-1 win over archrivals Caps United.
Dynamos caretaker coach Lloyd Chigowe has challenged those available
to deliver for the team.
“This is a must-win game for us like all the other upcoming
assignments and we are giving it our best in terms of preparations.
But we have a setback with some of our key players ruled out of the
match due to different reasons,” Chigowe said.
“Naturally, these injuries and suspensions affect the rhythm of the
team, but we have challenged those who are going to play to come to
the party and deliver. They must show that they are worth to play for
Dynamos,” he said.
Second placed Ngezi Platinum will be hoping to get their campaign back
on track and keep the noose on FC Platinum when they host struggling
Chapungu at Baobab.
Having been a steady side, in terms of coaches’ turnover in the last
two seasons, Ngezi brew a shocker when they axed Tonderayi Ndiraya
after a 1-0 away loss to Bulawayo City.
Now they have turned back to the man who gave them a taste of top
class action, Clifton Kadurira to revive their title ambitions. His
first match in charge is not a tough, but Chapungu have a wily gaffer
in Rodwell Dhlakama, who has his own ghosts to deal with.
He needs to save the Midlands side from the chop, simple, and he needs
a win to do it.
Highlanders have a tricky tie against Bulawayo City who are battling
for their lives as well.
City are coached ex-Bosso skipper Bekithemba Ndlovu and he would not
mind outing one over his former paymasters and save his job at the
municipal team.
“We have a duty to do to save our team from relegation and if we play
like we did against Ngezi, we stand a good chance of getting a good
result. This is a derby and anything can happen,” said a cautious
Ndlovu.
Highlanders assistant coach Mandla Mpofu said a top four finish was
still their target.
“We still have those ambitions and the players know that very well.
Our mission has not changed. We did not rest even during the
international break as we went to Shabanie and we hope the rhythm
remains the same,” he said at their weekly Thursday briefings.
Endslives as well.
City are coached ex-Bosso skipper Bekithemba Ndlovu and he would not
mind outing one over his former paymasters and save his job at the
municipal team.
“We have a duty to do to save our team from relegation and if we play
like we did against Ngezi, we stand a good chance of getting a good
result. This is a derby and anything can happen,” said a cautious
Ndlovu.
Highlanders assistant coach Mandla Mpofu said a top four finish was
still their target.
“We still have those ambitions and the players know that very well.
Our mission has not changed. We did not rest even during the
international break as we went to Shabanie and we hope the rhythm
remains the same,” he said at their weekly Thursday briefings.

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