1 August 2017
DYNAMOS captain Ocean Mushure has praised his teammates saying their fighting spirit could give them a chance in the 2017 title campaign.
Mushure led by example in the 2-1 win over Triangle, scoring the winner after Nhamo Lameck had cancelled Tawanda Macheke opener at Rufaro on Sunday.
“It was a great show by the boys, but I feel that we didn’t create so many chances but at the end of the day we managed to gain three points and I’m satisfied with the result,” he said.
“I’m happy I finally got the chance to score and redeem my team but everyone is putting effort.”
The Dembare skipper believes that the natural turf will ensure there will be fewer injuries.
“We are capitalising on the natural turf and since Rufaro is our home ground, we have a big advantage of getting used to it.
“It has been long since we last played at our home ground and I cannot lie that I didn’t miss our home ground,’’ he said.
He added: “I have now fully recovered and you will be seeing the best of me in the next games.
“It’s not about competition, I wanted to be ready and make sure that I had recovered before I play.”
Mushure’s chance of making a break into the ABSA Premiership was ruined by the recurring knee injury and now he says he wants to leave a mark at DeMbare this season.