dynamos players training 30-08-10.jpgZimbabwe’s Caf champions league representatives Dynamos are optimistic of converting pre-season glory on the domestic scene to victory on the African Safari when they clash with Algeria’s Mouloudia d’ Alger in a first round first leg Caf champions league qualifier on Sunday.



Keen on taking a step into the next round of qualifiers when they lock horns with Algeria’s Mouloudia d’Alger.Harare giants Dynamos went through their paces at the ceremonial home of football, under the close attention of head coach Lloyd Mutasa.


Boasting of a promising outfit featuring new acquisitions, assistant coach Masimba Dinyero believes international experience acquired by the likes of Devon Chafa and Denver Mukamba at junior national teams would aid their chances of making an immediate impact in Africa’s premier club competition.

 After scooping all silverware on offer in pre-season activity characterised by an exhilarating passing game ushered in by head coach Lloyd Mutasa. Assistant coach Dinyero is optimistic of maintaining the positive momentum.

Boasting of a good bill of health ahead of Sunday’s crunch tie, the Glamour boys who received a bye in the preliminary round will be banking on the talent of players such as Denver Mukamba, Archiford Gutu, Rodrick Mutuma and Devon Chafa among others.

Meanwhile Dembare’s Algerian opponents are expected to jet into the country on Thursday.