Dynamos hierarchy has downplayed the problems at the Glamour Boys that came to light in a leaked audio recording where a group of players were heard attacking the assistant coach, Murape Murape, and team manager, Richard Chihoro.
Dynamos board secretary Chris Kasiyazi, also known as Mtho Nkosi visited the team at training yesterday to gauge the players’ mood in the aftermath of the leaked audio. Speaking to NewsDay he said,
I went to training to observe from a distance to see who was there and who was putting a halfhearted effort, but I was surprised everyone was involved. I asked the coaches after the training session whether they had asked the players about the leaked audio, but said they hadn’t.
The Secretary said it was also normal for one to comment on their work,
In any social set-up, people have friends and after a match they go home and talk. Just like at workplaces, when something happens, employees meet in corridors and in the canteen for a talk. And in this particular case, this is what happened, the players were going home with someone they are familiar with and then they began to talk. Of course, they are bound to burst. Naturally, everyone was affected by the result. We were leading by three goals to nil and everyone thought we had the three points in the bag, but to say there are problems at Dynamos based on that audio, is a bit unfair.