Dynamos coach, Lloyd Mutasa could have been forgiven had he shed tears again on Thursday afternoon as his youthful side crashed to another 1-0 defeat at the hands of the Kelvin Kaindu coached How Mine in the week five Castle Lager premier soccer league game played at the National Sports Stadium despite innumerable chances created.
Kaindu who registered his second win over the Harare giants over the past six seasons said that the side he had beat was not the dynamos side he had grown to know over the past seasons he has been resident in Zimbabwe.
He also said that despite the youthful side being a good initiative especially for the future, the boys had to pull up their socks and acknowledge the team they were playing for.
“This is definitely not the dynamos I have seen over the past six seasons I have been here, these boys need to work harder and pull up their socks if they are to scale similar heights as those of the previous teams.
“They showed their potential however especially in the last 10 minutes where they came at us with all their force and have to say I am lucky to have finished the game on the touchlines,” said Kaindu.
It was former Chicken Inn winger, Toto Banda who grabbed the all important goal with two minutes to go to halftime, heading the ball over an advancing Tonderayi Mateyaunga in goal for Dynamos.
“We did it,” was all the winger could manage after the fast-paced game.
Mutasa who is known to turn emotional and cry whenever his team loses, chocked down his tears and said that the team had to go back to the drawing board and ensure they come out guns blazing against Yadah FC on Sunday at the same venue.
“Every team which plays against Dynamos puts in a 140 percent performance and that is what we will be expecting from Yadah FC, not because they are in top form but because we are Dynamos,” said Mutasa.
How Mine face embattled Bantu Rovers in their next premiership game