Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter
Tonderai Ndiraya continues to rule out Dynamos from this year’s Premiership title saying there is still a lot to be done at his team.
Dynamos are on 34 points, six points behind log leaders ZPC Kariba.
“I think that we are also in it in terms of points, we are close.
“But look my team is not really where the rest of the tops teams are at the moment. We are not yet there that’s my thinking.
“Of course in terms of points we look like we are there but if we don’t get the consistency we want in collecting maximum points then it will be difficult for us,” he said.
Ndiraya says they have to win more games to consider themselves for t
“Until we notch something in series of wins, I want three at least then I will start talking about something.
“But as long as we are in the form we have, we are fluctuating and if you want to win championship you don’t do that.
“Until we get three consecutive wins then we will start talking about championship but quite frankly I don’t think we are yet there. We are still a bit far, “he said.
DeMbare played to a 1-1 draw against ZPC at Nyamhunga on Saturday. When asked on how he sees their chance for championship since they are topping the log, Ndiraya said:
“I think it’s still a long distance. There is still a lot of work to do but ZPC have really done well.
“These guys play against the distance, they are always travelling, after every two weeks they are travelling.
“And to really be where they are right now, it means they are really doing well,” he said.
“It’s difficult to give it to them especially for a team this far, to really fight with the big boys considering the distance which they cover.
“But they are doing well, I hope they will last the distance. I think sometimes fatigue would really affect their performances.
“They have been collecting points at home and away from home and if you do that it shows that you are really fit to fight for the title.
“But it’s still a long way to go. So let’s wait and see what happens.”