Dynamos coach Lloyd “Mablanyo” Chigowe was satisfied with his team’s performance against eternal rivals Caps United in a match played over the weekend.
Speaking after the match, Chigowe lauded the ‘Maghreb’ spirit shown by his charges. He said:
I think the foundation is there. I think we should not get carried away there is a lot of work to be done, there is a lot of improvement still to be expected but, of course, it gives us hope that something can come out of this project.
The resilience shown by the boys was amazing, the Maghreb Spirit, the spirit of wanting to die for the blue side of the capital.
Coaching is like a syllabus and we haven’t even got to the halfway stage of the syllabus there is still a lot to be done in terms of correcting tactical awareness, technical combinations and formations on the field of play.
But otherwise, for a team that is rebuilding, I was satisfied with the progress made so far.
I think winning this is a morale booster for these youngsters. It also gives confidence to the multitudes of Dynamos fans that their team is back … they can now bring their families to the stadium knowing that they will not have heartaches when they go home.
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