By Sports Reporter
PREMIERSHIP giants Dynamos have offloaded midfielder Valentine Ndaba and Tanaka Uswahwengavi to accommodate three players they acquired during the transfer window period.
The Harare side signed veteran striker Kingston Nkatha who was plying his trade in South Africa and Munashe Kaseke who was based in US.
They also secured midfielder Brett Amidu from FC Platinum on loan while Denver Mukamba who had been loaned to Caps United has also bounced back.
This development necessitated the need to sacrifice two players in order to accommodate the new recruits and the axe fell on Ndaba and Uswahwengavi.
And the Glamour Boys’ character will be put to the test when they make the trip to Bulawayo for a clash against traditional rivals Highlanders on Sunday.
Dynamos had a disappointing start to the campaign, which has seen them uncharacteristically occupy 13th place on the log standings with 22 points, just three points above Nichrut who occupy the last relegation slot.
They have virtually surrendered their title campaign for the season after falling far behind log leaders FC Platinum.
In their last matches, they have drawn twice against Chicken Inn and Shabanie Mine before losing 1-0 at home to Ngezi Platinum in their previous match.
Saturday: Harare City v Mutare City (Rufaro), Chapungu United v Bulawayo Chiefs (Ascot), Bulawayo City v Platinum (Barbourfields), Yadah v Herentals (NSS), ZPC Kariba v Triangle United (Nyamhunga)
Sunday: Caps United v Triangle (NSS), Highlanders v Dynamos (Barbourfields), Shabanie Mine v Chicken Inn, (Maglas) Ngezi Platinum v Nichrut (Baobab)