Dynamos striker Masimba Mambare believes the youthful energy and speed in the team bodes well for a successful season for the Harare team.
Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa allowed veterans such as Stephen Alimenda, Rodreck Mutuma and Sydney Linyama to depart the club, replacing them with more youthful players.
Mambare, the club’s leading goal-scorer last season, is very optimistic about the potential his side has.
“We have a young team, we now have a lot of speed as compared to the last two seasons where we had ageing players,” Mambare explained to NewsDay.
“The speed we have in the side now is helping us you could see in the last match that we were catching FC Platinum on the counter attacks and pressing them high, which we could not do in the previous seasons.
“We have players that get into promising positions on time. As time goes on when we get used to each other everything will come right.”
Having been edged out by 0-1 by FC Platinum in their opening match of the season last weekend, DeMbare are hoping to bounce back with a win over Triangle at the Gibbo Stadium on Sunday.
“As a team, we have learnt from the previous match, we wasted chances and in football you don’t utilise your chances you can get punished.
“At Gibbo, we have to improve on conversion, we have to go there and score goals. We need to take all three points. We are working hard as a team to get the starting places, competition is high in the team no one is guaranteed a places.”