Ndiraya’s first win
TONDERAI Ndiraya remains unbeaten since taking over as Dynamos coach but described his team as work in progress after a 1-0 win over ZPC Kariba at Rufaro yesterday.
Anold Mawadza headed home on the stroke of first half to seal maximum points for DeMbare.
The result helped Ndiraya pick four points in two matches, having settled for a 1-1 draw away at TelOne in the previous match.
DeMbare face Yadah in their next assignment.
“It’s been difficult for us, it’s been hard for us as an institution and to get maximum points was quite refreshing, particularly for our supporters who had endured a long spell without celebrating a win. This win today (yesterday) was for them.
“Of course it was not as beautiful as we would have wanted but this is work in progress, there are a lot of factors to consider. The team is not really up there in terms of fitness levels. For the boys to work hard as they did today (yesterday) was quite pleasing, I am seeing some good signs and this is what it should be.
“. . . It’s is work in progress; we keep working, keep conditioning them so that they do better than what they have done. Tactically I thought we were okay though we can improve,” said Ndiraya.
Though he talks of a work in progress, Ndiraya acknowledges the need to do it whilst winning games.
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