dynamos logo1.jpgFootball fans have expressed mixed feeling on the issue of player exodus at the popular Harare Club, Dynamos which has seen the club lose several senior players ahead of their PSL and African Club Championships this year.

 

Club officials are not keen to discuss the player’s issue.

 Efforts to get a comment from Coach Lloyd Mutasa, Nyika Chifamba and club secretary-general Oliver Manyau and chairman Farai Munetsi were unfruitful and their mobile phones were not available.

 

“What is happening at Dynamos is disappointing especially as we are embarking on the African safari this year,” said one DeMbare fan.

 

“The most painful thing is we are losing our best players whom we expected to help us conquer Africa,” added another.

 

” Some of these players become big headed and they think Dynamos can crumble because they have left. This is not the first time that the team has lost uqite a number of players but it survived. Remember when about eleven players left for Shooting Stars some few years ago, so let them go,” said one angry DeMbare fan.

 

“The Farai Munetsi led executive has a lot to explain with regards what is happening at Dynamos,” said a DeMbare fan, who seemed very concerned.

Dynamos has lost Goalkeeper Washington Arubi, winger Benjamin Marere and striker Murape Murape to Division One side Highfield United, striker Dylan Chivandire to Botswana, striker Evans Gwekwerere to arch-rivals CAPS United in the last few days.