Dynamos president Solomon Sanyamandwe believes internal squabbles affected the team’s progress in 2018 as the Glamour Boys had a worst campaign in over a decade.
Dembare finished in the 11th position after fighting relegation for the better part of the second half of the season.
In an interview with the Sunday Mail, Sanyamandwe says they need to clean the club’s image so that they can attract more sponsors in 2019.
“As we go into 2019, perennial boardroom squabbles at DeMbare should be a thing of the past, former administrators at the club should accept they played their role and give the current leaders a chance,” he said.
“As long as we don’t change the way we operate surely there’s no way we can catch up with the likes of FC Platinum, Ngezi and Chicken Inn.
“Everyone at Dynamos needs to pull in the same direction, from the executive, technical team, players and fans. Dynamos is capable of attracting more sponsors but there is need to clean our image first.”
The in-house fights saw Keni Mubaiwa resigning as the club’s president in June after clashing with the board chairman, Bernard Marriot over coach Lloyd Mutasa.
Mubaiwa had fired Mutasa but the decision was reversed by Marriot, prompting a fierce clash.