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Dynamos in juju storm, again

by Staff Reporter
19 Sep 2016 at 08:18hrs | Views
Struggling Dynamos has for a second week running been caught up in a juju storm against Bulawayo teams.
At Rufaro Stadium on Sunday, visiting How Mine team got a shock of their lives after discovering a rotten steak of pork stashed in their changing room.

However, the rotten pork stunt backfired on Dynamos as all went well for  Kelvin Kaindu coached side.

It was the first time for How Mine coach Kelvin Kaindu to claim any win against Dynamos.

Kaindu said it was unprofessional for Dynamos to behave in the manner they did and reported the issue to the match commissioner.

"I found something strange in the changing room.

"If we can find a steak of rotten pork in our changing room, it's not football. I know they are desperate for a win but honestly it's not football" said Kaindu who used to wear a shirt inscribed IT SHALL BE WELL during his stint as Highlanders coach.

On Saturday, assistant coach Murape Murape said Dynamos players are not fit top play for the team.

"In terms of quality, we have to be honest enough and agree that we don't have enough quality to challenge for honours. Some of them are not Dynamos material. Some don't have a strong mentality, and that commitment that is needed at Dynamos. We have to be honest and all agree because that is the reality," Murape said.

Last week at Barbourfields  Stadium, Dynamos players refused to use an official entry point to the field for warm up but chose to scale a perimeter fence in a suspected superstition act.
That too backfired as they famously lost 2-1.

Source - Byo24News