DYNAMOS captain Augustine Mbara says they have a massive team spirit ahead of the potentially explosive Castle Lager Premiership tie against inform Harare City at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.
By Tafadzwa Ndiraire
Dynamos who played a practice match against Herentals College at the National Sports Stadium yesterday, have said they will dedicate all their upcoming matches to the eight supporters who perished in a road accident on their way to Gweru for their team’s clash against Chapungu.
“What has happened has made us come together, stronger. We have been through so much to be where we are right now. We’ve had to go deep to bring our emotions out, bring it onto the field. I feel we have a massive team spirit. We are one family and are fighting for each other,” said Mbara So far we have managed back to back wins. We hope to continue like this. We are not reading much into what other teams are going about their business. We are taking it game by game.
It will be a massive game against Harare City but we ready to take them on ,” said the DeMbare captain who scored the opener in the 2-0 victory over Ngezi Platinum their second successive victory after they overcame Chapungu.
“It’s a huge responsibility to lead a big team like Dynamos but if you work hard as a team, you achieve your goals and am happy we are playing collectively as a team.
Anyone can score from defence to the strikers. That’s the most important thing.” The victory over Ngezi was the first win at home by Dynamos this season. What made it more special was that it came on the back of
another victory to Chapungu the same day they lost their supporters in a road accident.
The former champions who had a sluggish start to the campaign under Paulo Jorge Silva is clawing back to the top under Lloyd Mutasa. They are now in eighth position on the league table with 14 points in ten starts and a win over Harare City will put them in a stronger position in the chase for the championship.
However, the Sunshine City Boys have improved since Moses “Bambo” Chunga took over from Taurai Mangwiro who was sacked following a spate of dreadful results.
Chunga has won the first two matches since his appointing beating Ngezi Platinum 2-1 and Bulawayo City 2-0 and will be looking to continue with the fine form in his meeting with Dynamos.
Harare City are in sixth place, with 15 points and Chunga has not hidden his desire to win the championship with the Sunshine City Boys.