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FORMER Dynamos captain, Memory "Mwendamberi" Mucherahowa, has hit out at club bosses following a spate of dreadful results which have seen the Glamour Boys winning just once in five games of the current league campaign.

Mucherahowha, who led the club to their first ever African Champions League final in 1998 against Ivory Coast who defeated them in hugely controversial circumstances, is now based in the United Kingdom.

He continues to monitor developments back home and said on his Facebook page that he was pained by the continued downward spiral the club was taking. He also tore into Portuguese coach Paulo Jorge Silva for the club's woes.

"Five games -- one win -- slow start is it, or it’s just that the team is going through transition --- Pasuwa was fired for what reason? Mandigora was given a contract based on winning (Points) Ndiraya was not given a chance,” the former captain lamented.

"I am not talking on behalf of the previous coaches who lost their jobs but rather as a former Captain and, more-so, a supporter of Dynamos FC.

“We have seen previous coaches going for one reason or another but WHY WHY WHY Mr President why are you letting the club carry on in this downward spiral.

“What are the targets for Mr Silva if not to win games? Does he have immunity by virtue of his contract or clauses in it? We the supporters are concerned about the team's current showing.”

Mucherahowa continued: "MR Silva seems to only be good at just picking fights and blaming others for his failure instead of addressing the team's form, points.

"I know you enough Mr Chairman Sir, I know you are like everyone who supports Dynamos. We are not happy with the current slump.

“If he was managing one of your businesses with this failure am sure he would have been sacked by now.

“True to form you have dismissed previous managers/coaches for such "failures" and that’s why it baffles me that Mr Silva is still in charge despite his clear lack of direction to steer us out this predicament. What is so special about him?

"If this situation does not change then the whole board and executive is letting the club and its supporters down."


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