A refreshed but still decimated Dynamos face two huge games, starting this weekend at struggling ZPC Kariba.
Dynamos are without a league win in four games played in the 2018 season coach Lloyd Mutasa is hopeful that a fixture against the drop-zone occupants will be just the ticket in halting the Glamour boys alarming slide.
Dynamos sit in unfamiliar territory just second from the bottom after playing 4 games only managing a point against Shabanie Mine while losing to Chicken Inn, Ngezi Platinum and Highlanders.
Dynamos will face ZPC Kariba who are the only worst team than Dynamos as they are yet to pick up a point in their four matches played so far.
However Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa told the Daily News that the territory that Dynamos finds themselves in is area they are familiar with and is confident the team will weed themselves out of the mud.
“I think we have been in this mess before. It’s not something unique,” Mutasa said.
“I think we are just having a bad patch but I am confident we can overcome it. I am sure we have the capacity to bounce back just like what we have done in the previous years.
“You can have a bad patch at some point but what matters most is the character to bounce back. We will definitely bounce back.”, Mutasa said.
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