Dynamos president Kenny Mubaiwa says head coach Tonderai Ndiraya will stay despite the likelihood of finishing the season empty handed.
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Ndiraya’s side lost the Chibuku Super Cup final ending their best hope of silverware this season. Dynamos have a slim chance of still winning the league title but have both Chicken Inn and FC Platinum ahead of them.
This is in stark contrast to the previous four years where Dynamos had made winning trophies a habit.
Ndiraya replaced David Mandigora and had reportedly been set a target of winning some silverware to remain in the job.
However speaking to the Sundaymail, Mubaiwa said, ‘He had not ultimatum going into the final so he is not going anywhere. ‘I am sure what he needs right now is our support and time to build a formidable side.
Ndiraya felt his team controlled the game but wasted too many opportunites. We controlled the game but let ourselves down in the final 3rd.We tried but credit to Harare City it was not our day.
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