Dynamos club treasurer Webster Marechera condemned violence by some of their fans who invaded the pitch at Baobab Stadium at the weekend when Dembare lost a crucial Premiership match against Ngezi Platinum Stars.
As Dynamos we stand by our principle that we do not condone any forms of violence. We believe in Fair Play and that we should always be gracious when we either win or lose and what we witnessed at Baobab is not acceptable at all. We are aware that some of our supporters are very passionate about winning but it’s not right to go and attack other team’s fans. Everyone wanted to win, including the players, management and the coaches but when supporters resort to violence it costs us in fines from the PSL and makes it difficult for us to negotiate for sponsorship deals which we desperately need. We are going to ask the supporters’ chairman and his leadership to talk to their members and we all need to understand that there is still a lot to play for. We are just two points away and anything can happen in the next four games and so all hope is not lost. Violence has no place at all in our football.