Ndiraya urges fans to be patient

DYNAMOS coach, Tonderai Ndiraya has called from patience from the fans after an uninspiring performance in their first match of the Chibuku Super Cup.
The jury is already out for the Glamour Boys after they played out a goalless draw with Herentals in their opening match of the Chibuku super.
It is, however, not the result but the performance which has raised serious questions on the glamour boys’ pedigree to challenge for honours after registering a single shot on target for the entire 90 minutes.
What is getting the fans even more worried is lack of cohesion in the team, but head Coach Tonderai Ndiraya believes it is still early days for them to panic as some players are still adapting to the demands of playing for arguably the biggest club in the country.
“We have time to really work on things we didn’t do right, so a little bit of patience is needed but I always tell our boys that our institution is always for results and if we don’t switch on then it becomes a problem. It was a good work up call for us particularly some of the new players in the team, I thought we were a bit causal in the game and Herentals took control and I hope our new players have learnt and we do better next time,” said Dynamos Head Coach, Tonderai Ndiraya.
The Dynamos technical team was also let down by the club’s administration after they failed to get documents in order via the FIFA CONNECT APP which is now being used for transfers.
The affected players include Godknows Murwira, Shadreck Nyahwa and youngster, Bill Antonio.
DeMbare will take on Yadah in their next Chibuku Super cup encounter at 1pm this Saturday.
An appetising duel is on cards in the City of Kings as Bulawayo Chiefs take on local rivals Bulawayo City in the first encounter of the day.
As if that is not enough another interesting duel is set for Sakubva stadium in Mutare where it’s the battle of army sides as Black Rhinos clash with Cranborne Bullets while the Triangle versus FC Platinum encounter at Mandava will conclude the Saturday schedule.
The Bulawayo derby takes centre stage on Sunday as Highlanders clash with Chicken Inn in the peak of the weekend fixtures after an early kick off between ZPC Kariba and Herentals at the National Sports stadium.
Later On same day, Caps United clash with Harare City at the National Sports Stadium and new boys Whawha need to quickly get a grip on the top flight to avoid another embarrassing defeat as they take on a Denver Mukamba driven Ngezi Platinum Stars.

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