Troubled giants Dynamos are set for a massive restructuring exercise after going for seven matches without a victory, their worst start to a Premiership season.
The Glamour Boys have only managed to score twice this season and collected three points.
According to The Herald, club chairman Bernard Marriot Lusengo revealed yesterday they would soon make some major changes, though he didn’t say which sections would be affected by the pending reshuffle.
Marriot also confirmed his board had met on April 19, where they came up with a resolution to restructure the club.
“We held a board meeting on the 19th and discussed the need to restructure after taking into consideration the state of our club,’’ he said.
“So the meeting resolved that there will be a restructure and upgrading of the club structures within a few days, in fact, I should say next week we will make the necessary announcements.
“We’ll also soon hold our AGM, but I must say the executive has been briefed on all these developments.’’
Dynamos have been operating with a three-man executive of club president Kenny Mubaiwa, treasurer Moses Chikwariro and secretary-general Webster Marechera while the board of directors is still to find a replacement for the late Owen Chandamale, who died last year.
The executive committee was left depleted following the resignation of vice-president Solomon Sanyamandwe and the sacking of committee member Graham Mafoko.