Former Zimbabwe football champions, Dynamos, seem to be taking the same route again under the guidance of the controversial Portuguese gaffer, Paulo Silva.
VA GADENI ~ EDITOR
Amid realization of a blunt and misfiring strikeforce, Silva is understood to have adopted a look West policy in search of a clinical finisher.
The Portuguese’s concern rose after the trio of Rodrick Mutuma, Ralph Kawondera and Farai Mupasiri took turns to miss the target on a total of more than 450 minutes of play, converting only twice, a move that has not gone down well with the gaffer.
Silva has however shown interests in a Brazil based forward, whose name is yet to be revealed to this publication.
“I’ve identified the player I want and the club management already knows about it,” said Silva.
“We’re already processing the paper work of the Brazilian player and I hope he comes through,” he added.
Eyebrows are however being raised by the local football fraternity, especially the Dembare faithfuls, questioning the authenticity of this move, as this is not the first time but indeed a repetition of a previous moment where a trio from Brazil was expected to be part of the Dynamos camp early this year, but time proved that nothing materialized, with no proper explanation nor official comments obtainable from the Dembare structures.
Dynamos, during the transfer window, lost reliable Warriors midfielder, Ronald Chitiyo, to the Taurai Mangwiro led camp, and efforts to close that gap have so far proved futile.
With the window period set to close this Saturday, it remains to be seen if the Kenny Mubayiwa led Glamour Boys executive will manage to tie down the Brazilian in time.