Dynamos interim coach Lloyd Chigowe says they are working on turning the fortunes of the club around and has appealed to fans to attend the matches.
Chigowe took over the reins last week following the sacking of Lloyd Mutasa due to poor results. He lost on his first game in charge to FC Platinum and will play Herentals in the Chibuku Super Cup quarter-final at Rufaro Stadium tomorrow.
According to NewsDay, the gaffer believes the supporters are only the missing link in his turn around strategy.
“My appeal to the Dynamos supporters is that it’s high time that they should come back so that we swim together. It’s not good that they only support the team when it’s playing well, and they desert us when we are not playing well.
“Things have not been happening for us, but the time is nay, and we are on to something. The supporters are only the missing link and if they can come and give us a deafening roar, definitely we will be able to cross the line,” Chigowe pleaded.
Dynamos are struggling in the league and currently sit in the relegation zone. They are now hoping to find solace in the Chibuku Super Cup.