Captain Partson Jaure hopes the two weeks break has not affected the players too much and expects the team to start from where they left. Dynamos begin training today after the Sports and Recreation Commission gave the greenlight for the Chibuku Super Cup to continue. The tournament had been stopped after government banned sporting activities due to spiraling COVID 19 cases in the country.
“We are looking forward to complete games. The temporary stop had a small psychological effect but not physiological effect. We are continuing from where we left. It’s our wish to maintain the unbeaten run as well as proceeding to the next stage of the tournament.
“We have not been training as a team for the past two weeks, so we have to try and take off from where we left. It’s not a long time that we have been away, so we should be able to get the team moving in the right direction.”
Jaure is grateful for the opportunity to play again.
“We want to thank the Government through the SRC for safeguarding jobs in the football industry.
“The duty is now on all the football stakeholders to ensure that all the strict COVID 19 protocols are being followed to safeguard lives and football continuity.
“We are excited as a team to be able to continue the Chibuku Super Cup matches.”
Dynamos lead group one on 11 points, unbeaten in five games with three and two draws. Dembare will play Herentals on Thursday on Matchday six of the Chibuku Super Cup at the National Sports Stadium. The reverse fixture ended 0-0 at the same venue.