Curtworth Masango

FOR Genesis Mangombe, this is the biggest test of his career and the Dynamos coach knows victory on Sunday could open the path to the paradise of the Promised Land.

The gaffer has pulled his men within just five points of leaders Highlanders, the club they will meet at Barbourfields on Sunday.

If they win this one, the Glamour Boys could become favourites for the title, something which was a distant dream when they fired coach Herbert Maruwa.

Bosso are coming from back-to-back 0-2 defeats at the hands of Chicken Inn and FC Platinum.

 “Losing two games in a row is difficult for them,” said Mangombe. “They are wounded and they can do anything to grind results but we are prepared for that as well.

“It’s game on and a derby different from other games but we are doing well and everything is going as planned.

“We will try by all means not to be on the losing side.  We will try to do our best to win the game on the day but it’s a derby and anything can happen.”

He added:

“The team that has character will win the game and we are going to try and make sure that we have maximum concentration in this game.

“We have been using Barbourfields as our home ground and, of late, we have been grinding results away from home but playing at Barbourfields is just like playing at the National Sports Stadium.

“It’s not going to be an easy game for us but I know we are going to do our best and make sure at the end of the day we will get a result.”

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