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10/04/2016 00:00:00
by SuperSport
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DYNAMOS president Kenny Mubaiwa says they will try to quickly find solutions to deal with the instability that has rocked the club following a winless start to the season.

The Harare giants were held 0-0 by Triangle at home on Saturday to add on to their woes after they had opened the campaign with a 3-0 defeat away at Chicken Inn seven days earlier.

Saturday’s draw saw fans revolting against goalkeepers’ coach Gift Muzadzi as well as team manager Richard Chihoro for allegedly influencing the players to sabotage coach Paulo Jorge Silva through underperforming.

The fans also targeted Mubaiwa as they laid siege at Rufaro Stadium’s main entrance denouncing the president, Muzadzi and Chihoro.

The latest fiasco comes after Silva and Muzadzi clashed at training last week as the Portuguese coach accuses his goalkeeper trainer for working towards his ouster.

“What is happening right now is getting out of hand and we have to act quickly. We cannot continue allowing such a crisis to affect us this way,” Mubaiwa said.

“As the club leadership we understand the supporters when they are not happy because results are not coming our way. But what is disturbing is seeing divisions in the technical team going down to players.

Something has to be done as soon as possible.”

The club executive will meet the technical team on Tuesday to try and quell the volatile situation at the club.

Dynamos’ visit to Mutare City next weekend will be a crucial teat to Silva and his technical team if they survive the axe from Tuesday’s meeting.


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