Dynamos assistant coach Murape Murape says the current players don’t have the quality to challenge for silverware in a blunt analysis of the current position the club finds itself in.
Dynamos are almost out of the league title race which looks to be a three or two team race.Murape Murape was drafted into a new technical set up after Portuguese national Paulo Silva was dismissed after a poor start to the season.
However Dynamos have continued to struggle under the new technical team headed by Lloyd Mutasa.
Speaking to Newsday Murape said , “In terms of quality, we have to be honest enough and agree that we don’t have enough quality to challenge for honours.
Some of them are not Dynamos material. Some don’t have a strong mentality, and that commitment that is needed at Dynamos. We have to be honest and all agree because that is the reality.
Murape also blamed the poor financial position of the club for the lack of really good players admitting something had to be done.
“All the good players in the land are opting to go to other teams, which are offering them more money and we are left to sign free agents. It’s now up to Dynamos to look for ways to keep the club competitive on the market he added.