THE future of Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has been thrown into uncertainty with the club leadership expected to meet on Thursday to review the team’s performance following a spate of dreadful results.
Dynamos president Keni Mubaiwa indicated Monday that there was need for the leadership to converge and map the way forward.
“We have a meeting on Thursday where we want to review the team’s performance. We need to engage and deliberate on the challenges we are facing as a team and map the way forward,” said Mubaiwa.
Mubaiwa’s remarks come in the wake of the team’s 0-1 defeat to bitter rivals Caps United in the Harare derby on Sunday.
More painful was the fact that the man rejected by Mutasa for his way ward behaviour, Denver Mukamba, became the centre of the story after he decided the contest.
Mukamba scored the only goal of the game when he fired into the bottom corner beyond the reach of goalkeeper Tonderai Mateyaunga after profiting from a cut in by substitute Brian Muzondiwa.
The Glamour Boys must be ruing the decision to let go forward go despite his well-documented misdemeanours.
Mubaiwa had fought hard and long to try and influence the coach to let Mukamba stay at Dynamos, but there was already bad blood between the player and the coach.
Mutasa was however not overly worried about his future at the club.
“What is key for me is that I am a professional coach, I do my job and its only God who knows my fate,” he said in his post-match interview.
The Harare giants might have lost to their rivals, but they displayed one of their best performances and had plenty of opportunities with Quality Kangadzi was guilty of missing those opportunities.
Had Kangazi converted those chances, the game could have been turned on its head. Dynamos are yet to win a match since the start of the season.