Kenny Mubaiwa has said he made the decision to resign as Dynamos President following the club’s current poor results this season.
By SportBrief Reporter
Mubaiwa stood down on Thursday after pressure mounted on him following a disappointing start to the campaign which has seen them take just fourteen points from their opening 15 games.
In his resignation letter gleaned by SportBrief addressed to B.M Lusengo, Mubaiwa acknowledged the fact that the club has not been doing well of late.
” …the club is not doing well enough on and off the pitch as a result of a number of factors,” he wrote in his resignation letter.
The lanky businessman who has been with the club since 2010 said he was not given enough room to correct the current situation, yet when things go wrong (results don’t come) is the one to shoulder the blame from the club’s millions of fans.
” As club President i feel i have not been given enough room of late to correct the situation, yet most of the fans continue to blame me for all the problems,” said Mubaiwa.
And for that he said is stepping down to allow someone to take over, ” At this stage, i’m stepping down to give someone who can work under the prevailing situation a chance.”
Mubaiwa thanked the Dynamos family for affording him the opportunity to serve the Harare giants since 2010.
” I would like to thank you for affording me the opportunity to serve Dynamos Football since 2010,first as vice president and later as president.”
During his tenure as the president, Dynamos won a record four consecutive PSL titles (2011-2014) and several cups.