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We are well aware that Triangle really want to win ... Dynamos manager Richard Chihoro

04/10/2014 00:00:00
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DYNAMOS manager Richard Chihoro has said they are taking Triangle seriously as the two sides meet in the NetOne One Wallet Cup final at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

The Harare giants are in pursuit of a third piece of silverware of 2014. While Triangle might look like lighter opponents on paper, Chihoro said they are viewing the Lowveld with a different eye.

“They are struggling in the league but that does not mean they are a threat. We are well aware that they really want to win,” Chihoro said.

“For them to get into the final means they are playing well and they deserve it. Everyone wants to beat Dynamos. So we are really taking Triangle seriously and we are leaving no stone unturned in preparing for them.”

And Triangle coach Biggie Zuze promised Dynamos will not have it easy on Sunday.

The Lowveld side are in their first ever final of a top-flight league competition.

It is the second time for Zuze to face Dynamos in a Cup final after he lost to the Harare giants in the 2012 Mbada Diamonds Cup final while he was at former club Monomotapa.

We are taking this game seriously and Dynamos must expect a tough fight ... Biggie Zuze

Zuze feels it is now his turn to prevail victorious over Dynamos on Sunday.

“We will be in Harare to compete. We deserved to get into the final so we will give it our very best,” Zuze said.

“We have prepared well for this game and we are eying the trophy. There is a good chance for us to win so Dynamos should not look down upon us. We are very serious about this game.”

Still, Dynamos have been mean this season in which they have already won the Bob90 Super Cup and the TM Pick n Pay Challenge Cup by beating old foes Highlanders on both occasions.

The Harare giants welcome back right-back Blessing Moyo who missed their last league match against Shabanie Mine while on national duty with the national Under-23 team.

But Coach Calisto Pasuwa will be concerned about the fitness of goalkeeper Artwell Mukandi who has a hip injury.

The net minder was injured against Shabanie Mine last Sunday and is being assessed by the club’s medical personnel.

“Artwell is being monitored by our medical staff. We hope he will be fit by Sunday. He has not been training and we do not know if he will be well by then,” Chihoro said.


Reserve goalkeeper Tatenda Makuruva could be thrust into the fray if Mukandi fails to recover.

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