Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya is starting to get worried by the unavailability of some foreign players signed during the pre-season transfer window.

The Cameroonian duo of Vincent Mbega and Claude Junior Ngahan has suffered injuries which have seen them missing the bulk of games so far while and Ghanian Robert Sackey is still to make his debut because of a broken finger.

The players have also been ruled for this Saturday’s trip to Mandava Stadium against FC Platinum.

Another foreigner in the team, Congolese Ngandu Mangala, who made noise by scoring a brace in the opening match against Mushowani, has since gone quiet and Ndiraya is now concerned.

“I think it’s a cause for concern. We are really worried as a club. To be quite honest, and frankly speaking, you want to get a return from your investment and so far we haven’t really been getting that,” said the coach, according to the Herald.

“But it’s an issue which we are taking seriously and we are talking to the medical team.”