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GENESIS Mangombe feels Dynamos are in the right frame of mind for their Castle Lager Premiership match against Bulawayo Chiefs at Barbourfields tomorrow.
The Glamour Boys suffered a shock 2-3 defeat in the reverse fixture in Harare.
“Bulawayo Chiefs is not a small team,” said Mangombe. “They are dangerous in front of the goal and they are good with crosses.
“We have to make sure our tactical approach works for us.
“The boys are doing very well in responding to the tactical approach and also we want to take every game as it comes so we wouldn’t want to think much about the championship.
“We don’t want to pile pressure on them as they need to play just by our philosophy.”
Dynamos will be without Tanaka Shandirwa, who suffered an ankle injury against Highlanders, on Sunday.
“We registered 30 players, without Shandirwa it’s their time to prove it. We have guys like Ziocha, Nyahwa, and Musiiwa who play in that similar role,” he said.
Dynamos forward Issa Sadiki, who once worked with Mangombe at Yadah, believes they have grown to understand each other more.
“All our coaches are good, even under coach Herbert (Maruwa) I enjoyed my game but it’s just that with coach Kaka we understand each other more from way back and he is assisting me on how I can improve and approach matches.
“We want to win this match by all means though it’s not going to be easy but we want to win despite them handing us a defeat at home in the first leg.
“But, we are aiming to win the league and it means we have to win all our games,” he said.