Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya is still very much optimistic that his side can turn on the heat in the second half of the season and fight for the league title.
Ndiraya, who reinforced his squad with the introduction of experienced Godknows Murwira, Archford Gutu, Evans Katema and Simba Nhivi, is confident that his side can overhaul the 11 point gap between them and log leaders FC Platinum should his team pick up the right form.
“We are Dynamos and we should not be satisfied with just adding numbers,” Ndiraya said. “We should be fighting for titles every season, so I believe that if the players get the right fitness level, we will be able to grind better results going forward.
“We are not really far off the mark from the leading pack, and we can still catch up with them should we continue working harder.”
The Dynamos coach reiterated that he will continue to hammer his players should they continue to play below the expected standards associated with the club.
“I will not stop criticising them because this is Dynamos not any other team. There are expectations at Dynamos so if a player can’t meet it, he needs to work harder because Dynamos demands a lot.”
Meanwhile, the new acquisitions seem to have added value to the Glamour Boys with Nhivi scoring the equaliser in the 1-1 draw against Caps United on Sunday while Katema got his second goal assist on the day.
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