mutasa lloyd.jpgDynamos head coach, Lloyd Mutasa, has remained calm despite reports of an exodus of players, which have stirred a keen interest ahead of tomorrow’s CAF Champions League player registration deadline.

Key players such as Benjamin Marere, Washington Arubi, Evans Gwekwerere and Murape Murape have already left the Harare giants.

Mutasa, who took over the reigns as head coach at the Glamour Boy following the departure of Elvis Chiweshe, is optimistic of registering positive results despite reports of the mass exodus of seasoned players.

Former Dynamos player, Henry Chari, has bemoaned the player exodus, attributing it to the recruitment of players without the team at heart.

The departure of key personnel in the Dynamos camp has been a topical issue that has seen football observers pointing to a lack of planning by the Dynamos executive which has short term contracts which are not mostly renewed before the end of each season.

Some however believe the failure to adequately remunerate players’ needs to be addressed by a solid financial plan to generate revenue.

There is also a general consensus on the need to revive junior structures, so as to avoid always turning to the cheque book.

Dynamos was well known for producing good players from its junior ranks, the likes of Lloyd Mutasa, Memory Mucherahohwa, Desmond Maringwa and Simon Chuma.