Tick Tock-Tick Tock. How much more time will Dynamos fans give to the new coaches?

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A loss against Highlanders is always bitter for Dynamos fans.

The team’s recent penalty shoot-out loss to the same opponent in the Independence Cup will not be any less painful.

What will probably make it more worrying for the supporters is that their team had a numerical advantange, one player more than Highlanders for the better part of the match.

More than 58 minutes, DeMbare played with 11 players while Bosso was a man down after Andrew Mbeba’s red card in the 38th minute but the Glamour Boys still failed to win or even score.

The goalless draw in regulation time on 18 April was Dynamos’ third match without scoring, including two league encounter against Sheasham and Cranbrone Bullets respectively.

The coaches bemoaned opponents’ delaying tactics against Simba Bhora and Bullets.

However, Highlanders did not delay. Dynamos just ran out of ideas.

Eye witnesses confirm that members of the technical team poured unidentified liquid like substances on match balls throughout the Independence Cup challenge match.

Further, players were asked to drink an unidentified liquid from a specific bottle.

The entire second half, Dynamos failed to overpower Highlanders despite having a player more.

Emmanuel Paga will forever be blamed for his penalty miss, but the actual culprits are the coaches who, for 59 minutes, could not conjure a tactical strategy to beat a team that they had dominated even before the sending off of Mbeba.

Dynamos has to win against Bulawayo Chiefs, otherwise alarm bells will begin to ring, and the fans will begin to sing, Jompano, “paumire pakaoma apa (Jompano, you are in a tight spot).”

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