Dynamos must stop threatening coaches
EDITOR — Every club in this world has its own highs and lows. It is thus not wise for a big club or institution like Dynamos Football Club to perfect the reputation of firing, dismissing coaches or even threatening some of its loyal servants like Murape Murape and his “boss’’ Lloyd Mutasa.
The two were given the mandate by the DeMbare executive led by Kenny Mubaiwa to take back the Glamour Boys to its rightful place in Zimbabwean, African and world football.
Of course, as loyal dedicated fans we are not pleased with the way DeMbare have been performing of late but the real point is that the leadership should give such traceable coaches like Mutasa and Murape support, enough time and exercise some level of patience with them so that the two can pull our club out of the messy situation that the club finds itself.
As we speak Arsene Wenger, the coach of Arsenal Football club is celebrating a grand milestone at the London-based club which have seen the Frenchman travelling a remarkable journey guiding the Gunners from under-achievers to one of the finest sides not only in England but also in Europe and even in the whole world.
Probably only Wenger’s former rival called Sir Alex Ferguson can match or even surpass the achievements made by Wenger in spending two or more decades at a single club, winning many titles from the domestic English Premier league, to the FA Cup, and most remarkably the Uefa Champions league which is the biggest of all in European club football.
The sad unwelcome news which rocked the Dynamos FC camp when Murape was almost shown the exit door or rather might be shown the exit door door if the club fails to collect maximum points in the coming fixtures should not be repeated. Felix Zonke, Harare