Keni Mubaiwa has revealed why he resigned as Dynamos president.
Mubaiwa tendered his resignation on Thursday after being at the helm of the club since 2010.
In an interview with ZBC News, the Harare businessman said his decision emanates from excessive interference by the Dembare board chairman Bernard Mariot.
“We had agreed that Lloyd Mutasa will be fired if he failed to meet the target,” said Mubaiwa.
“The agreement was short-lived as Mariot felt Mutasa should come back to the team despite the fact that I had been negotiating with Gibson Mahachi for the return of Kalisto Pasuwa.”
Mutasa was rehired last week after the Glamour Boys continued with their poor performances under caretaker coach Biggie Zuze.
“When Freddy Mukwesha was board chairman, we never had any problems relating to interference, but with Mariot it has been a different case.
“That is why you find, under Mukwesha we were able to win four league titles,” he added.
The Glamour Boys are currently sitting in the 13th position with 14 points. Their latest defeat was in Match-day 15, losing 3-0 at Triangle United.
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