Mubaiwa speaks on DeMbare

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Sport -

meet­ing is the tech­ni­cal team. We need to have one in place in time so that be­fore the sea­son starts they get good play­ers and we will plan on how to get them.

“So the first thing is the tech­ni­cal team and then the play­ers. As it stands we are out of the race and the ma­jor com­pe­ti­tion so noth­ing can hold us back in hav­ing the new tech­ni­cal team take charge of the team in the re­main­ing matches so that they as­sess the team and see which ar­eas they need to work on.”

Mubaiwa re­fused to re­veal tthe prospec­tive can­di­dates they were con­sid­er­ing for the job.

“We will look at ev­ery­thing, from the re­sults up to the play­ers be­cause our fans and stake­hold­ers are not happy,” said Mubaiwa.

“If it is the tech­ni­cal team which is the prob­lem we will work on it. If it is the play­ers we will work on it as well. Play­ers come and go and so do coaches.

“I think you will agree with me that things are not okay.”

Mu­tasa re­placed Por­tuguese gaffer Paulo Jorge Silva in May.

The Glam­our Boys were hop­ing to atone for the poor sea­son by win­ning the Chibuku Su­per Cup but they were elim­i­nated in the first round.

Dy­namos will re­sume league ac­tion to­mor­row with a match against Tsholot­sho at Ru­faro.

The Glam­our Boys will be with­out the duo of de­fender Mar­shal Mac­haz­ane and mid­fielder Do­minic Mukandi who are sus­pended while their op­po­nents will be miss­ing Mac­clive Phiri.

They join a long list of play­ers who are sus­pended for the mid-week games with Cha­pungu and Harare City also miss­ing two play­ers each.

The Sun­shine Boys will be with­out for­ward Martin Venge­sayi and de­fender Ed­win Mad­hananga when they host High­landers on Thurs­day.

Cha­pungu will travel to Ngezi Plat­inum with­out Agrippa Peperere and Blessed Mbavarira.

Also ruled out is How Mine mid­fielder Praise Tonha.

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