Pasuwa hints at new striker search

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DYNAMOS coach Callisto Pasuwa is not bitter about dropping two points in last Saturday’s visit to Chicken Inn where they drew 1-1 but admitted the need to resolve the club’s goal-scoring problems.
It was the Harare giants’ second share of spoils this season and the only match that failed to produce a goal at the weekend.
Having lost four points in those two draws, Dynamos have also surrendered 12 points in their four losses this term.
On Saturday Pasuwa was once again let down by an ineffective strike force that has been their biggest weakness so far.
“A draw away is not that too bad and it is better than nothing. It was yet again a case of missing numerous chances that came our way. We will have to go back and work on this area where we were failing to score,” he said.
Pasuwa hinted at invading the market in to shop for forwards when the transfer window opens on Tuesday.
“The strikers we have lack confidence in front of goal. Yes it can be said that we need a striker because we are wasting scoring chances.”
The striker with most goals for Dynamos this season is Anesu Gondo who have two goals while Patrick Khumbula and Washington Pakamisa have a goal each after 13 matches. Simba Sithole is yet to find the target.