Confident Ndiraya Speaks

by | Apr 20, 2021 | Local News, Sport | 0 comments

Alex Samanyanga

Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya is bursting with confidence ahead of the resumption of the local football league.

This comes after the gaffer guided Dynamos to a two nil victory over archrivals Highlanders, to win their 9th independence title.

Dynamos walked away US$25000 richer while Highlanders got US$15000 for their effort.
The Zimbabwean league is nearing return after a two year Covid-19 induced sabbatical.

The Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) has set 15 May as the date for the resumption of the local football league.

Dynamos coach said he has so far assembled a good team which he believes will play good football. We are dynamic and have exciting players within our squad, so our fans should be in for a treat. We have a better squad than that of 2019. We have a much better squad than the squad that we had last year although we didn’t play games.

“It takes a while to build a strong side and a team is built gradually, so that is what we have been doing all along,” said Tonderai Ndiraya

Players who joined Ndiraya`s side this year include strikers Tinashe Makanda and Newman Sianchali, defenders Shadreck Nyahwa and Frank Makarati as well as Trevor Mavhunga.

“They are good players and they should give us a good blend in the team. They should help us to be competitive. This is the sort of quality that we have acquired in an endeavour to build a good side. Our fans have suffered for a long time and it is high time that we start to perform as we are expected to do as Dynamos,” he said.

A leaked PSL document circulating among clubs reveals that the Premier Soccer League (PSL) has come up with a new format, which will see teams engaging in a cluster competition comprising four groups.