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Dynamos face Triangle in One Wallet cup final

01/10/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
Expected to be back for Triangle game ... Calisto Pasuwa
 
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DYNAMOS face a tricky Triangle in the final of the Net One Wallet Cup at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

Triangle coach Biggie Zuze said his young side is not afraid of the prospect of facing their more illustrious opponents.

He said after qualifying for the final, they should be respected.

"We worked hard to be where we are right now and I think we deserved it. For that I think we deserve to be respected,” said the coach.

“Dynamos have experience and have advantage of being at home. They will have their fans backing them but we also want to win it for our fans.

“They beat us last time with Monomotapa in the Mbada Diamonds Cup final but we will try to get a good result. We hope to have our fans rallying behind the team.”

Zuze was in charge of Monomotapa in 2012 when his men fell to a brace by striker Rodreck Mutuma in the Mbada Diamonds Cup and will be seeking to avoid a repeat of that showing.


Triangle have worked hard and deserve respect ... Triangle coach Biggie Zuze

However, Dynamos, booted out of the Chibuku Super Cup by lowly Black Rhinos in the first round this season, will be aiming for a league and cup double.

The Harare giants are enjoying themselves at the top of the league table with 46 points from 24 matches while second-placed ZPC Kariba trail on 44 points.

Caps United are in third place with 42 points with Bulawayo giants Highlanders in fourth place with 39 points.

Dynamos are also coming from a morale boosting victory over Shabanie Mine having drawn the previous match against FC Platinum.

They will also be boosted by the return of their head coach Calisto Pasuwa who is expected in Harare on Friday from Egypt.






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