SportBrief few days ago ran an online voting on whether Tonderai Ndiraya should leave Dynamos or continue with his duties as Dynamos head coach.
The voting process was received with mixed feelings, with some proposing that he works effectively as an assistant coach while others say let him be given the chance to prove his football adepts.
But here is why SportBrief thinks Ndiraya should be given a chance to prove his worth.
Here is a bit of Ndiraya’s statistics to support our views:
21 Matches played in all competitions
Won – 13games (62%)
Drew – 4games (19%)
Lost – 4games (19%)
Ndiraya league form 13 games he was in charge:
Won – 8games (61.5%)
(Zpc Kariba, Triangle; How, Whawha, Chicken Inn, Dongo, Chapungu and Buffaloes)
Drew – 4games (30.7%)
(Tsholotsho, Harare City, Flame Lilly and Caps United)
Lost – 1game (7.8%)
* Under Tonde Ndiraya Dynamos scored 20goals in 13 games, an average of 1, 5 goals per match. Mandigora had 16 goals in 17 games, an average of 0.94goals per match. Dynamos managed 36goals in total.
* Dynamos conceded 9 goals in those 13 games which is an average of 0.69 goals per game. When Yogi was in charge the team had let in 11 goals an average of 0.64 goals per match.
* Ndiraya collected 28 points from a maximum possible 39 games in his 13league games. Mandigora managed 29points with 4 more games (17) than Ndiraya.
13games which is an average of 0.69goals per game. When Yogi was in charge the team had let in 11goals an average of 0.64goals per match
* Ndiraya collected 28points from a maximum possible 39games in his 13league games. Mandigora managed 29points with 4more games (17) than Ndiraya.
Ndiraya was appointed head coach in August last year after the team hit a bad patch under David Mandigora.