Dynamos forward, Masimba Mambare, pleads with fans after failing to make a meaningful impact since he joined the Harare giants from their arch rivals Highlanders. The former Motor Action and Highlanders player has called for understanding from Dynamos’ fans.
According to the report by ZBC, the Dynamos forward Masimba Mambare says he is fighting to exorcise the ghost of the injury that almost claimed his career last season.
His move riled Bosso fans and fuelled the rivalry between the two Zimbabwean giants but after lifting only one trophy, the Bob@90, Mambare was to make an injury forced exit.
It was to be a long layoff that almost destroyed a promising career for a full year. Even on his return, Mambare remains a troubled man and is still fighting his conscience. He pleads for a little more time before the old firebrand can return.
“I am trying to be myself, I had never gotten injured so when it came it really destroyed me and I am trying to pick myself. The injury is healed but it’s still in my mind and when I play sometimes I get scared. All I need is just a little more time before I can fully pick myself up,” said Mambare.
While patience maybe an unacceptable request in local football, the good news is it appears Mambare’s worst times might be over now. For once the attacking midfielder played a full 90 minutes during Sunday’s ZNA Charity Shield trophy though in a losing cause.