Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has turned to his other forwards to up their socks and fill the void that has been created by Christian Epoupa’s absence.

Epoupa has been refusing to play demanding his outstanding dues and reports are suggesting that he is now pushing for release from the club.

According to The Herald, Mutasa now wants other strikers to step up their game and start to score more goals.

“You look at a scenario whereby you always think that probably today or tomorrow we will have Epoupa in blue-and-white colours, then you look at the current situation whereby it looks like it’s done and dusted,’’ he said.

“Now, as a family, we are bracing ourselves for life without him, and when you know that you don’t have such a person, then you have to look elsewhere.

“We have got the likes of Quality Kangadze and Kuda Kumwala, and I think they should step into his shoes and do duty for us.”

Dynamos have only managed three goals in five games and are currently sitting in the 17th position with two points. They face Yadah FC on Sunday at Rufaro Stadium.



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