5 October 2018
DYNAMOS attacking midfielder Denver Mukamba said they are targeting to win their next Chibuku encounter against Herentals on Sunday at Rufaro.
Dynamos edged Bulawayo City 1-0 to earn a ticket to the next stage of the tournament.
Mukamba said the cup is still within reach and they will do whatever it takes to win it.
“We are out of the championship race and that is not a secret but in the Chibuku Super Cup we have a chance to win.
“We have put all our eyes on the cup and we are not going back, we want the cup to redeem us and restore confidence.
“We know the match is not going to be any easy but we will do our best to come out victorious at all cost.
“This is our last chance to redeem ourselves as a team so we will give the fight our very best,” said Mukamba.
Mukamba said they are aware that they are playing a team with the oldest player in the league.
“We are aware that we are playing a team with the oldest player in the league, but that means nothing to us, we will take them just like any other team.
“Nowadays football is not about the age, it’s all about talent and tactics.
“We will still defeat them no matter who they have on board, we are Dynamos and this is a cup game,” he added.
The former Warriors star said he is not a loser and is eying the Chibuku Super Cup to send a big message.
“This is a must win for us as a family, it’s not in the blood of champions to lose, I hate losing.
“Real champions don’t lose hard. We have to win the cup to win our supporters back.
“I hate playing in an empty ground, it just demoralises me. It’s the fans that give us the zeal to keep doing better,” he said.
Mukamba said the camp is united despite the coming in of new technical team.
“So far so good, the technical team is settling in well. It has only been two weeks now and we are beginning to have a strong communication and understanding
“The future looks bright,” he said.
He also spoke on assistant coach Murape Murape whom he said is an inspiration.
“When I played with Murape Murape I was still a junior, but he is a good guy, who can really help the team.
“He is a Dynamos son who really loves the team, wholeheartedly, and I think his presence will be felt.
“He is capable of mentoring the juniors and turn them into a better player. I give him respect,” added Mukamba.