Cur­rent crop of Dy­namos play­ers not com­mit­ted

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

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

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