Save Dy­namos for foot­ball’s sake

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News -

ED­I­TOR — Dy­namos FC is a strug­gling gi­ant in need of ur­gent in­ter­ven­tion from all those in­ter­ested in the club in or­der to save it from fur­ther fall­ing from grace.

The team risks be­com­ing his­tory if the off-field prob­lems are not cut short or con­tained im­me­di­ately.

There is no doubt that some of the prob­lems fac­ing DeMbare are slowly be­gin­ning to have a neg­a­tive im­pact on the per­for­mance of the Harare gi­ants.

From huge debts, in­sta­bil­ity of the coach­ing and tech­ni­cal department and un­cer­tain­ties over the lead­er­ship, it is high time club’s for­tunes are re­deemed.

From hav­ing an un­sta­ble coach­ing team led by Lloyd Mu­tasa and his lieu­tenants, Mu­rape Mu­rape and Gift ‘’Um­bro’’ Muzadzi, to re­cent em­bar­rass­ing fi­nan­cial set­backs.

It is high time even those from Zifa came to the res­cue of the pop­u­lar “Glam­our Boys’’ for the good of Zim­bab­wean foot­ball and aid­ing in sav­ing this club from fur­ther de­te­ri­o­ra­tion as the rate is now be­com­ing no­tice­able.

We can­not deny that Dembare is not the only club feel­ing the ef­fects of the tough eco­nomic chal­lenges faced by the coun­try.

It is also my plea to com­pa­nies and in­di­vid­u­als who are owed money by Dy­namos FC to em­ploy a softer pa­tient ap­proach and pos­si­bly give the lead­er­ship time to “run around’’ and re­pay the debts. FZ, Harare

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