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Mutuma eyes Dynamos return, Harare giants face Hwange


Always a blue ... Roderick Mutuma is training with Dyanamos after leaving Caps United

11/07/2015 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Training with Dynamos ... Roderick Mutuma
 
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RODERICK Mutuma could be signed by Dynamos for a third stint at the Harare giants after he started training with them this week.

Mutuma sensationally quit Dynamos at the beginning of the year to join rivals Caps United whom he recently dumped.

The lanky forward joined Dynamos in 2011 before he later on had a stint at South African premiership outfit Bloemfontein Celtic.

After being offloaded by Celtic, he re-joined Dynamos before crossing to Caps.

If signed, he would add more options to coach David Mandigora on his problematic strike-force that has been struggling for goals.

Dynamos secretary general Webster Chikengezha however said they have not sealed any deal with Mutuma.

“He is just training with us and we have not concluded anything at the moment. We could sign him, we could not,” Chikengezha said.

“We will just wait to hear from the technical team on the player. Everyone is welcome to join Dynamos as long as they have the ability to play in the team.

“We will not shut the door to anyone. But as it stands, he is just training with us and nothing more has happened so far.”

Mutuma will have to fight his way into Mandigora’s plans after Dynamos also signed strikers Takesure Chinyama, Zivanai Mhanda and Richard Kawondera.

The Harare giants have also offloaded Milton Makopa, Cliff Sekete and Patrick Khumbula.

Harare giants face Hwange

DYNAMOS are hoping to recover from last weekend’s draw with Hwange when they host the coal miners in a league return fixture at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

The Harare giants were held 1-1 by Hwange at the Colliery last Sunday and missed an opportunity to go on to the same number of points as leaders Chicken Inn.

But, Dynamos have a chance to collect maximum points on Sunday as they seek to close the gap on Chicken Inn who host Caps United 24 hours earlier.

Dynamos manager Richard Chihoro said they are preparing hard to host Hwange.

“We know we are facing a strong team that held us last weekend. It was not an easy game in Hwange but we now have home advantage which we want to maximise,” Chihoro said.

“We learnt a lot about how they are playing this season, so it is something that we are studying at the moment. We hope to collect all the points.



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“But we will be cautious of our opponents so we will leave nothing to chance.”

The odds fall on Dynamos as Hwange last beat David Mandigora’s men in Harare in a league match back in 2010.

Dynamos will be without injured Masimba Mambare while returning forward Takesure Chinyama is expected to feature.

FIXTURES & Results

Sunday: Whawha v Dongo Sawmill (Ascot), Dynamos v Hwange (Rufaro), Triangle v Highlanders (Gibbo Stadium), How Mine v Buffaloes (Luveve)

Saturday: Chicken Inn 0-0 Caps United (Luveve), Harare City 2-2 Flame Lily (Rufaro), FC Platinum 2-0 Chapungu (Mandava),

Friday: Tsholotsho 0-0 ZPC Kariba (White City)





 
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