Dynamos president Kenny Mubaiwa has resigned from his post saying that he is being denied enough room to run the club as he sees fit. This comes at a time when the former champions are underperforming in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League. Speaking to The Herald, Mubaiwa said,
I have tried my best under the most difficult conditions. I have always wished the best for this club and sacrificed a lot but it seems all my efforts were being frustrated of late. The most painful part is that the blame for all the club’s ills has been laid squarely on my feet yet I am not in control of the running of the club. If results don’t come, it’s the president’s fault. Square and fine, then we make a decision to reshuffle the technical team – fire Lloyd Mutasa and we were negotiating to bring back Callisto Pasuwa – then out of the blue Mutasa is reinstated.