Dynamos have thanked loyal supporters who have ensured home crowds are up this season – despite the club’s problems.
The Glamour Boys have been involved in a torrid time in the Castle Lager Premiership having failed to win a match in 7 attempts, a fight that was finally won last Sunday when a 2-1 win against Bulawayo City at Rufaro Stadium ensured a sigh of relief for everyone involved at Dynamos.
While there were calls by a cross-section of supporters to boycott the Harare giants’ home matches, the small crowd that attended the match has been attributed to counter attractions on the same weekend by Dynamos Secretary General Webster Marechera, who slammed the action as total failure.
Instead Marechera decided to say ‘Thank you’ to the loyal supporters who have been summing support during Dembare’s tough times.
“We would like to thank the fans who came to our game against Bulawayo City. We are aware that there were some counter attractions, notably the primary elections (ZANU-PF primaries), and the big Thomas Mapfumo show during the same weekend.”, Marechera told the Herald.
“But we believe that the crowd will be much better against Harare City and we believe that our genuine supporters know their important role to the team and the players know the importance of the supporters and that is why they went around Rufaro to salute and thank them after the game against Bulawayo City,’’ he added.
Dynamos will seek a third successive victory when they face Harare City on Sunday hoping the change of fortunes will stay as they make their late charge to fight for honors.