By Sports Reporter
DYNAMOS assistant coach Biggie Zuze has revealed he hopes to be appointed substantive coach despite the club leadership saying it was looking for a new man after the ouster of Lloyd Mutasa.
Mutasa was reassigned to the ceremonial post of technical director with Zuze, who was his assistant, being elevated to the position of interim coach.
Already former Highlanders and Chicken Inn coach Rahman Gumbo and Kalisto Pasuwa have been linked with the job although Pasuwa has ruled himself out.
Zuze, who faces a tough trip to Bulawayo Chiefs in his first match in charge at the weekend, told reporters Thursday that he was happy to finally realise his dream of coaching Dynamos.
He said his ambition was to try to win all the remaining matches starting with an away trick to Bulawayo Chiefs at the weekend.
“It’s a very big responsibility; I will take it fully and you see there a only a few chances that come once in a life time. I have been hoping to be one of the coaches at Dynamos.
“I appreciate (the chance) and the only thing now is to try your best.
“Personally, I would want to win all the games that we are going to play, that’s what we are here for.
“I want to remain cool, take the boys, show them the way we want to play and am hoping for the best.”
He continued; “It’s looking good, you can see the zeal of wanting to change things is there and it is just unfortunate where we are coming from and with all things that have happened.
“I think the biggest job now is to psyche up the players and focus on the job that is at hand especially against Bulawayo Chiefs and we had suffered a few injuries from the Harare City game, James Marufu had a shoulder injury, Obey has a pulled muscle I don’t think they can make it.
“Looking at the guys we have here I think we have a good replacement for them and we just hope for the best knowing what is at stake. We just need to move forward and look at how best we can handle the situation especially against Bulawayo Chiefs.”
Dynamos are in 12th position on the league table with nine points from 10 matches and need a victory against the Bulawayo side if they are to pull away from the bottom of the league table and challenge for honours.