Huge relief for Dynamos

HARARE - Sebastian Mutizirwa struck a first-half brace against Hwange at the weekend to break Dynamos' winless streak.
The 2-0 win was a huge relief for Dynamos coach David Mandigora who has been under pressure from fans to quit after failing to lead his charges who had gone for five matches wit

hout a win.
Zambian coach Fordson Kabole could be heading back home this week after his CAPS United charges fell 0-2 to Masvingo United at Mucheke in another Premier Soccer League fixture.
CAPS hope Moses Chunga, who is expected to take over as head coach this week, will bring them a change of fortune.
A solitary goal at Ascot was enough to give Chapungu maximum points against Shabanie Mine, while basement side Zimbabwe Saints fell 1-3 to city rivals Railstars in Bulawayo.
Lancashire proved too powerful for Mwana Africa as they romped home 3-0.
League pacesetters Highlanders were held to a goal-less draw away to Buymore on Saturday, while Black Rhinos were relieved with a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Monomotapa.
Motor Action beat Shooting Stars 1-0.- ZimOnline

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