11 April 2017
NTOUBA Epoupa’s clearance will pave way for a dream combination with Quality Kangadze who finally opened his account against Triangle on Sunday, an official has said.
Such is Dynamos belief that the combination will rock the Premiership, that they travelled with the Cameroonian striker to Triangle over the weekend with hope that he would be cleared in time for the game.
The Premiership giants are aware from their training sessions and friendly matches in pre-season that with the Cameroon striker partnering Quality, they could be unstoppable.
Clearance for Epoupa did not come in time and DeMbare ended up relying on Quality who also had another effort ruled out for off-side.
“He (Epoupa) travelled, in case the clearance would come through. But we had a full squad as well so it was not a problem.
“We are still waiting for his clearance and hoping that it will come soon,” team manager Chihoro.
Quality and Epoupa are said to have a good understanding upfront, something that has given the Dynamos technical team hope that they could stop the disappointing start to the season.
Another new recruit Emmanuel Mandiraga was also on target against Triangle.
However, DeMbare allowed Triangle to come back into the game after they had taken a 2-0 lead, with the game ending 2-2.
“The guys have been playing very well. Only a few details of the game have seen us failing to get results we deserve.
“Quality also had what we thought was a genuine goal ruled off-side and that was something of a turning point. The decisions have been frustrating the players but we have to keep on fighting.
“They scored one of the goals in a goal mouth scramble and then another from a penalty,” Chihoro added.
DeMbare face Black Rhinos on Easter Friday with hope of collecting their first three points of the league.
They collected their first point against Triangle, having lost the opener 1-0 to FC Platinum.
With FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum recording a perfect start to the season, Lloyd Mutasa’s charges have a mammoth task of covering that five point gap.