Blessing Malinganiza and Curtworth Masango
DYNAMOS are pushing for a different culture that honours hard work, results and competence.
The Glamour Boys are the most successful club in the country with 21 titles championships.
However, they have gone nine years without clinching the title.
On Sunday they face CAPS United in the Chibuku Super Cup semi-final at National Sports Stadium as they seek a ticket into the CAF Confederation Cup draw.
Dynamos vice chairman, Vincent Chawonza, believes the process might be painful but they are taking the right steps.
“Change of culture is painful, it’s not easy.
“That is why you see there was a lot of outcry when we started to implement some of these changes.
“But, I recall that in our first days, I talked of pursuing professionalism. People will be used to doing certain things for a very long time, some more than 40 years.
“At Dynamos, there are no longer sacred cows. We now work with what you have done not who you are so we treat everyone fairly.
“If there is going to be impactful change at Dynamos, the club has to listen to the professionals they have sought help from.
“The owners, stakeholders and shareholders of Dynamos have to listen.”
“We revived our junior policy, having curtain-raiser matches, and making sure everyone is staying in their lane and no one should overlap.
“If you do overlap then you face the music.
“When we made changes there were anti-football things that we were doing and we had to stop that.
“As a result, you can see the whole team and the executive are united in delivering the job.”
Chawonza hinted that Genesis Mangombe is likely to be appointed on a permanent basis as his results have shown progress.