Dynamos’ newly appointed coach Tonderai Ndiraya knows the uphill task ahead of him but is confident by the end of the season there would be something positive to talk about.
Ndiraya took over from Lloyd Chigowe who was sacked following a string of poor results which saw the team conceding four consecutive defeats across all competitions. The appointment marks his second spell at the Glamour Boys after an acrimonious departure in 2015.
The gaffer admitted to the media on Wednesday that he is expecting a big challenge but will do his best to move the team forward.
“It may take time, but I’m confident that by the end of the year, we would have restored the team’s pride and results will be there. I’m very pleased to be back home after a brief sabbatical. Home is always best,” Ndiraya said.
“Dynamos are a big brand, a big institution with big expectations. It’s not an easy task. It’s a very difficult job, very demanding with a lot of pressure. But being a son to this institution, I will do the best I can to make sure we move the team forward.”
Ndiraya’s first assignment is on Sunday against TelOne at Barbourfields Stadium.