Blessing Malinganiza, Sports Reporter
Tonderai Ndiraya says he is hoping that they can get a good result to take them to the semi-finals.
Dynamos play Black Rhinos in the Chibuku semi-finals on Sunday at Baobab.
“I think we’ve really done well in the tournament and I’m hoping that we can shift our focus going into the quarter finals.
“We are playing one of our biggest rivals. So we have to prepare mentally and physically for that match so that we go through to the next round.
“It will be sad that we’ve done so well so far in the games we’ve played and fail to progress.
“So expect a very tough match with Rhinos as it’s always been but I think we will have all our players in place and we will have a huge pool of players to choose the best team from.
“So we are looking forward to it, but overall I’m quite impressed with what we’ve done so far,” he said.
Dynamos are set to play before fans for the first time since the beginning of Covid-19.
“I feel very excited, I think we will go a long way especially in inspiring our boys to get results in each and every game we are going to play.
“We are excited to be playing in front of our fans and we are looking forward to seeing them at the ground.
“And I think even the players will be more motivated by their presence,” he said.