Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa believes young midfielder Kudzanayi Dhemere can rise to the status of legendary former club captain Memory Mucherahohwa if he continues working hard.

Dhemere scored the solitary goal that eliminated Caps United from the ZNA Charity Shield after getting a starting berth in a relatively under strength Dynamos which fielded rookies following an industrial action by the senior players.

“The young player is very good, we spoke to him before the match that it was his chance to rise to the occasion. This is the same way people like Memory Mucherahohwa rose to stardom, and I told Kudzanayi that he can be like him.”

“A lot of players rose to the big occasion during the derbies, and I am happy that these youngsters played well against Caps United.  I am also happy with this performance in the first match of the season. It’s still very early to talk about the 2018 season, but I believe with the senior players coming back we will make a competitive team.”

Mutasa threw in a number of young players that includes his teenage son Panashe, Tanaka Makuvatsine, Valentine Kadonzvo and Tatenda Muringani.

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