Dynamos interim coach Biggie Zuze reckons his players will be under pressure when they host FC Platinum on Sunday in a fixture that will have a big bearing on his tenure at the club.
Thrust on to the hot seat following the removal of Lloyd Mutasa, Zuze had a perfect start winning away to Bulawayo Chiefs, but FC Platinum provides a sterner test.
“Playing at home comes with a lot of pressure. The fans want results, and some of the players are new to such situations. As coaches we will try to work on that and motivate them,” said Zuze.
“Considering where we are coming from, we need to build on from our win against Bulawayo Chiefs last week.”
Dynamos have struggled against FC Platinum in recent seasons. Captain Ocean Mushure who has been battling own demons was back at training on Wednesday after almost three weeks away, and Zuze says he has been working on the left back’s endurance.
Midfielder James Marufu who once turned out for FC Platinum is out of the match after failing to recover from an injury picked in the loss to Harare City two weeks ago.