Current crop of Dynamos players not committed
EDITOR — For the second time in a season, Dynamos on Sunday drew a match they were leading, in unconventional fashion.
When Dynamos conceded two goals to Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo, we as the Chazunguza faithful thought maybe it was a case of Highlanders being the better opponents.
The recent derby then showed us that it has become Dynamos’ habit of giving away leads in a space of a few minutes.
The major reason behind this appalling lack of endurance stems from the fact that some of the players in our ranks are just there for the money and nothing else.
Nothing signals the absence of passion and more commitment than conceding three goals in five minutes. It has nothing to do with Mutasa’s tactical changes but everything to do with complacency and lack of professionalism.
Committed professionals fight till the end. They never look down on their opponents regardless of the score margin, unless you want to be left licking your wounds.
The only drama I witnessed were players who got carried away with their lead to the point that they let their guard down and were punished.
By end of season, this whole team should be disbanded and a rebuilding exercise commences prioritising players in our Glamour boys’ junior ranks. I am a bitter and disappointed man as I write. Jason Ndebele