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Dynamos FC Wins Charity Challenge Cup - Passions-Charity Match


Dynamos FC Wins Charity Challenge Cup - Passions-Charity Match

It was a good start to 2019 for Dynamos FC who were struggling in, both club management and the field, for the most of 2018 after winning the Charity Challenge Cup in a match played yesterday against Caps United FC.

Dynamos FC beat CapsUnited FC  2 - 0 at Rufaro Stadium with goals goals coming from Edward Sadomba 16' min, and Ngandu Mangala 36'.

The Prize money for the Charity Challenge Cup was RTGS$ 20.000 and runners up Caps United FC scooped RTGS$ 15.000.

The Charity Challenge Cup was organised by Passion Events in order to raise funds for donations to the less privileged or disadvantaged groups and individuals.

Dynamos FCs coach Lloyd Chigowe showed that he's optimistitic of the upcoming Zimbabwe Castle Lager Premier Soccer League 2019 season.

“I think the foundation is now there but we should not get carried away. There is a lot of work to be done, there are a lot of improvements to be expected but, of course, it gives us hope that something can come out of this project.

“CAPS are the real deal in terms of opposition but we must not read too much into these results. There are still the league games to be played and they will obviously be itching to get one over us so we must prepare thoroughly.

‘’We don’t have to go to sleep and think that the job is done. This is only a pre-season game, it’s like a friendly game.

“The win (though) is a morale-booster. It also gives confidence to the multitudes of Dynamos fans that their team is back and that there is potential for them to be enjoying themselves in the stadium.

‘’They can now bring their families knowing that they will not have heartaches when they go home.’’ he said.

Caps United FC's Lloyd Chitembwe had this to say:

“It gave us an opportunity to try a few little things and to also give these boys a chance to play. Like I have said, we have been training for almost four to five weeks without playing and this is our first match,’’ said Chitembwe. Herald.

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