Newly-appointed Dynamos coach Tonderayi Ndiraya said that restoring Dynamos to its former glories is a huge challenge that he is ready to take.
Ndiraya was speaking to the media during his unveiling as the head coach following the club’s sacking of Lloyd Chigowe on Monday. Said Ndiraya:
Naturally, I’ve to work with the players that are there, but we’ll have an opportunity to add quality in the transfer window to make sure that we are at a level where we can compete with the top teams. That’s the objective.
Coaching Dynamos is always a challenge, a big challenge for that matter because results are expected and that’s what we’re going to try and work on with the players we have.
There’s a lot of potential in the team, like what the chairman has said rebuilding is a process which requires a bit of time.
For the rebuilding process to progress in a very positive way, the team has to be getting some results.
It’s a process, it’s a long journey… It’s a challenge, but a challenge which I’m really prepared to take on.
It may take time, but I’m confident that by the end of the year we would have restored the team’s pride and results would be there.
Dynamos sacked Chigowe after only 7 months at the helm of the Glamour Boys. Chigowe’s tenure came to an ignominious end after poor performances and results at the club.
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