Winning the league title remains the spring target for Dynamos President Kenny Mubaiwa, who is adamant the team will get things right after a horrendous start.

A draw with Shabanie Mine following a gripping game is the only point Dynamos have and has convincingly lost against Chicken Inn, Ngezi Platinum and Highlanders.

It means that Lloyd Mutasa developing team make the long trip to meet ZPC Kariba in Kariba hopeful about getting an elusive first win.

Dynamos President Kenny Mubaiwa who has come under fire from a section of Dynamos fans believes the team will get their act right while pointing out that the problems bewildering Dynamos could be coming from within the club set up.

“Of course, the team has not yet performed to everyone’s satisfaction but I am sure we will be able to find our form,’’ Mubaiwa told the Herald.

“Remember we experienced almost a similar setback last season and, if you ask me, the season is still in its infancy and I don’t see the reason why people should behave like this.

“We strongly suspect that it’s the work of some people with their own sinister agenda but as a club we will take measures to bring sanity.

“We will do our own investigations and bring the culprits to book because we cannot afford to let hooliganism go unchallenged at football matches.

“In fact, we are contemplating banning those found on the wrong side.’’



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