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13/04/2017 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa
 
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AFTER two games without a win in the new season, Dynamos Coach Lloyd Mutasa believes there is nothing lost yet for the team and that they will bounce back.

They lost the opening game 1-0 to Platinum FC, before drawing two all against Triangle, in a game that they were leading.

Mutasa said that all they need to do now, is work on their concentration in the game and make sure that they can hold on to the lead when they take one.

He said despite having a good game against Triangles, they didn’t take the chances they created which is another area they have to work on.

“If you saw the game against Triangle we could have won it. We had a lot of chances which we didn’t take. That was the same case, in our first game against Platinum," said Mutasa.

"We can take positives from that, because we are creating chances and we just need to work on our finishing, then everything will be fine.

"There is nothing lost yet. Its two games and we have a point, which is not bad though, we could have wanted all the six points from our first two games. Work continues and we have to fight all the way."






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