Mutasa seeks consistency

HARARE - Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has told his charges their win against Harare City over the weekend which ended a six-match winless streak must not prove to be a false dawn.

The Glamour Boys defeated the Sunshine Boys 2-1 at Rufaro Stadium to put smiles on the faces of their supporters while re-igniting their faint title chances.

Denver Mukamba scored his first goal for DeMbare since rejoining the club in June following a three-year stint in South Africa but City looked to have stolen a point after Jerry Chipangura equalised.

Luckily for under-fire Mutasa, Ocean Mushure came to the rescue nine minutes from time when he converted from the spot after Bret Amidu was fouled inside the box.

The win lifted Dynamos to fourth place on the log table but they remain 11 points behind leaders FC Platinum with 10 games to go before the season ends.

“I think it’s only but a single victory. My hope is that this win will boost the youngsters’ confidence going ahead. We have not been winning lately and we as Dynamos are looking for consistency and I think we can be able to build with this win,” Mutasa told the Daily News.

“It’s always better when you win and certainly when it’s with a very good performance and two goals. It shall give a big boost to the players, you can see that.

“We knew we had to come out of that run and get on the front foot and I think we did that.

“It’s a great victory and we can’t afford any more slip-ups now so we need to make sure we play every game like this.

“It definitely does need to be the start of something. We have dropped far too many points for our liking.

“Luckily, this league is not decided yet and there is everything to play for. If we can get on a run then we can start looking up that table.”

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