Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter
Dynamos yesterday received training equipment from Belgian Gino Laureyssen as well as a car for coach Tonderai Ndiraya donated by supporter Brighton Ushendibaba.
The Tonderai Ndiraya led team received equipment which consist of soccer balls, training corns, shooting nets, whistles and other modern day training equipment by Laureyssen through his Brain and Storm Company as the coach received a Toyota from PAM JAP limited owner.
Club Chairman Isiah Mupfurutsa thanked the sponsor for the good gesture.
“I think we are going in the right way with this relationship and we are happy that he has helped us. We have come a long way with the relationship since last year October when we meet at the burial of our former chairman Munetsi.
“The Belgian has gone out of his way to support the club and recently he brought some coaches from his country who worked with our coaches for the past three weeks and we are looking to send ours there as well.
“This is a special gesture and with the support I believe we will get somewhere as DeMbare as we are already working together on a number of things out of the interests of the club.
“This is only the begging as we are going to unveil more donors, partners and well-wishers which have come to partner the club and that has already seen the club’s confidence growing,” said Mupfurutsa.
Dynamos coach Tonderai Ndiraya said he is going to utilize the equipment for the good of the club.
“I am very happy for the equipment especially coming from someone who we have known for some time and we promise we will not disappoint them in any way.
“We are going to add this to what we already have and we will work together some that the club returns to where it belongs to,” said Ndiraya.
Laureyssen said the plight of Dynamos has not come well to him as it they are a big club.
“I am happy to be back here and see Dynamos improving in their past two games and I hope they will continue to do well with the support we are giving them.
“It’s good that the team goes back to where they belong and I hope this will go a long way in their revival,” he said.