Dy­namos must stop threat­en­ing coaches

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

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

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