Following his takeover at the helm of the Dynamos technical team, interim head coach Biggie Zuze believes his side has a lot of room to improve.
After attaining a 1-0 victory over Bulawayo Chiefs at Barbourfields Stadium in his first match in charge in the wake of the re-shuffle, Zuze has set his sight on ensuring that his charges get a better standing on the log table while reclaiming the club’s former glory.
“There is a lot of work to do. We hope to keep our heads down seeing it’s the beginning. The FC Platinum won’t be easy but the moral is high especially with the result we got against Bulawayo Chiefs,” said Zuze.
While the re-assignment of Lloyd Mutasa was met with mixed feelings from the multitudes of the DeMbare faithfuls, Zuze emphasized that there is no bad blood between him and Mutasa.
“We were working very hard. There is continuity and he still remains my boss as head of the coaching department at Dynamos. I still talk to him and we come up with more strategies for upcoming encounters,” he said.
The Glamour Boys have a tricky week 12 fixture as they take on defending champions, FC Platinum in what will be the first real test to the pedigree of the former Triangle gaffer.
It is to be seen if the fans will come to the full support of their side as was the case at Barbourfields Stadium or the lack of confidence exhibited at previous matches will be the story.