Muringai feels at home

22 Mar, 2022 - 13:03 0 Views
Muringai feels at home Tinotenda Muringai


Curtworth Musango
FULLBACK Tinotenda Muringai says he is happy, and grateful, to be at Dynamos.

He made his debut in 2019, under coach Lloyd “Mablanyo” Chigowe.
His place in the first XI has been taken over by Brandon Mpofu, who arrived from CAPS United.
Muringai has, however, been used as a makeshift forward by coach Tonderai Ndiraya, in recent matches.
Speaking to H-Metro, he said:
“I’m happy being at Dynamos, I am grateful to be at this institution.
“It’s a club with a big history.
“Winning games, and trophies, is part of history.
“I also want to be part of such history with trophies. So, as for 2022, we need to win all our remaining games.
“As players we are daring to display top performances. That will definitely help us in our quest for glory.”
He continued:
“We are not deterred as we can play anyone and collect maximum points.
“The club has quite a number of good players, in all departments, and it’s a major boost.
“With the quality the team has, there are no worries if someone is out injured, you will know someone will come and fill the gap.
“The competition within the squad is crucial for our development.
“There is no time to relax, you are made to work day-in-day-out to keep in shape and compete at the highest level,” he said.
Muringai paid tribute to the Dynamos fans.
“Our fans are our priceless asset, we can’t trade them for anything.
“Their presence is obviously a big message to all of us and our opponents.
“They cheer us on, their presence in every game is special, for us.
“So, my message to the fans is they should keep on pushing us all the way. For me, it’s exciting to pick points in front of the fans.
” I feel they deserve to be happy and the best we can give them is to always collect maximum points.
“I urge them to keep on rallying behind us.”
Dynamos have closed the gap between them and log leaders, Chicken inn, to three points after their third win on the bounce.

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