Dynamos has forgiven Denver Mukamba and given him a final warning to improve his behaviour and commitment to the club or be dropped. Mukamba and Lincoln Zvasiya appeared before Dynamos’ executive committee yesterday facing disciplinary charges related to their poor conduct and alleged bad influence on the rest of the team.
Zvasiya, whose contract with Dynamos expires at the end of next month, was told to start looking for a new club to join as they have no plans for him. Dynamos secretary-general Webster Marechera said that the outcome of the disciplinary proceedings were done in consultation with coach Lloyd Mutasa. Said Marechera:
We met with Mukamba and Zvasiya and we looked at their cases after we received a report from the head coach and his technical team. As an executive we resolved that we would give Denver a final warning over his conduct which is certainly not acceptable at all at Dynamos. We were very frank with them and told them that this was the first time we were meeting with them as an executive over this matter after we also realised that they had continued to give problems at the team. We also took into account the contracts that we have with us and we felt that since Denver still has a contract that runs up to July 2019 we could give him another chance to improve on his conduct and possibly become a better player and in return he also apologised and vowed that he would now do things differently. As for Zvasiya we have just over a month before his contract with the club expires and we resolved that the best decision is to ask him to look for a new club to join for next year.