Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
DYNAMOS forward Simba Nhivi says the club’s standards do not allow them to play for nothing less than the title.
DeMbare had a slow start to the campaign that saw the sacking former coach Lloyd Chigowe, who was replaced by Tonderai Ndiraya.
Ndiraya seems to have stabilized the ship and has left Nhivi dreaming big.
“Dynamos is all about winning. We want to win every game that we play.
“We have to score win games and remain humble because we still have a long way to go.
“Dynamos is a team which should always be fighting for the championship. At Dynamos, we do not talk about being second best because we deserve more and better.
“We want to be the best. Dynamos should always be at the top leading all these teams,” said Nhivi.
Nhivi’s dreams are, however, contrary to his coach – Ndiraya – who said they are not gunning for the championship.
The Glamour Boys are seventh on the log, eight points behind log leaders FC Platinum.
They have a fair chance to challenge for the title.
“This season we want to compete; we are going for the championship.
“As for me I am going for the championship that is the reason why I
joined Dynamos. I have a winning mentality, I want to be the best and
compete with the best. I want to be at the top all the time.
“It’s too early to rule us out. Nobody can say that we are now out of the race, the distance to be covered is still short,” added Nhivi.
With the top teams lacking consistence, Nhivi said anything is possible.
“We are Dynamos and anything can happen, people have to always stay positive.
“We don’t look down we look above; we won’t lower our standards. We
want to keep on winning and keep on moving up on the log.
“The points gap is not that big,” he said.