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Mutuma stokes flames ahead of FC Platinum clash

Party time ... Dynamos players celebrate scoring in one of their recent games

11/09/2015 00:00:00
by SuperSport
We are going to Mandava for three points and nothing else ... Roderick Mutuma
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DYNAMOS forward Roderick Mutuma has stoked flames ahead of Saturday’s away league trip to FC Platinum by saying their opponents should be afraid of their visit.

Oozing with confidence, Mutuma said they are travelling to Mandava Stadium to collect nothing but three points.

The Harare giants are chasing a fifth consecutive league title.

With nine games to go before the season ends, their championship bid is still promising as they are just four points behind leaders Chicken Inn.

Having gone for 13 straight matches without losing, Dynamos have asserted themselves as serious in claiming the ultimate prize in Zimbabwe’s domestic football scene.

But they face a side who are just a run below them as well as training them by just a point.

Played down championship talk ... FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza

Mutuma however is not worried about FC Platinum’s inspiring run, challenging them to fear Dynamos.

“We are Dynamos and we are going to Mandava for three points and nothing else. We know what we want and we will get it,” Mutuma said.

“Mandava has become our third home after Rufaro and Barbourfields so FC Platinum should be very afraid of us. We mean business. Our eyes are on the league title and that is what we are after.

“I am not saying we will have a walkover against FC Platinum but I am just sure we will get the three points.

“As Dynamos players we rely on team work so we will be fighting for each other for a good result.”

Ironically, FC Platinum’s last league defeat was against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium in May when Oscar Machapa’s goal carried the day for the Harare giants.

After Saturday’s league meeting Dynamos and FC Platinum collide again the following weekend in the Chibuku Super Cup quarter finals.


Saturday: Harare City v Highlanders, FC Platinum v Dynamos, Flame Lily v Hwange

Sunday: Chicken Inn v ZPC Kariba, Tsholotsho v How Mine, CAPS United v Buffaloes, Dongo Sawmills v Chapungu, WhaWha v Triangle


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