DYNAMOS hope the boardroom squabbles that rocked the club this week will not spill into the field as they face a tricky assignment away to Chapungu when Pre
miership action resumes this weekend after a two-week break.
The Harare giants this week fired club secretary Brian Kashangura and treasurer Eric Mvududu in a move that could affect Dynamos’ march towards their first championship in a decade.
On Sunday Dynamos will be out to consolidate their lead at the top against the fifth-placed Chapungu, who lost the reverse fixture 0-2.
Defending champions Highlanders, in second place and trailing Dynamos by five points, hope they can bring their campaign back on track when they host Mwana Africa at Barbourfields.
Highlanders were shocked 1-4 by Shooting Stars in the last league match — a result that saw a section of Bosso supporters calling for coach Methembe Ndlovu’s head.
Another loss on Sunday might be disastrous for Highlanders, who know Mwana Africa will be tough opponents after their reverse fixture ended in a two-all draw.
In what promises to be another interesting match, Shooting Stars could displace third-placed Masvingo United if they win their clash at Gwanzura tomorrow.
Shooting Stars are oozing with confidence following their splendid display away to Highlanders a fortnight ago.
Alban Mafemba hopes can bring back the smiles that Moses Chunga could not on Caps United fans when his charges take on relegation-threatened Monomotapa at gwanzura on Sunday.
Caps United this week named Mafemba their caretaker coach after incumbent Chunga was “promoted” in an apparent demotion.
Tomorrow: Shooting Stars v Masvingo United (Gwanzura), Lancashire Steel v Njube Sundowns (Baghdad), Lengthens v Eastern Lions (Dzivarasekwa).
Sunday: Caps United v Monomotapa (Gwanzura), Chapungu v Dynamos (Ascot), Highlanders v Mwana Africa (Barbourfields), Black Rhinos v Motor Action (Dzivarasekwa), Hwange v Caps FC (Colliery).