Lloyd Mutasa remains hopeful

Dynamos head coach Lloyd Mutasa is confident of better times ahead but is also weary of the anxiety among DeMbare faithfuls who have had to endure a 6-game winless streak.

It is now 6 games without a league win for Dynamos who were held to a 1-all draw by Yadah FC at Rufaro stadium on Sunday.

In the midst of growing anxiety among Dynamos fans, Mutasa remains optimistic of a change in fortunes.

The 1-all draw came in a weekend characterised by stalemates with early pace setters Ngezi Platinum dropping points for the first time this season after they drew 1-all in their contest against Shabanie Mine.

The draw saw Madamburo drop to second on the log with FC Platinum assuming pole position after emerging 3-1 victors over Harare City.

Also involved in a stalemate were Highlanders who drew 2-all with Chicken Inn to move to 14 points, two adrift of FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum who are first and second with 16 points.

Caps United found the going tough in Chiredzi after crashing to a 2-1 loss at the hands of Triangle.

On Saturday, Mutare City registered their first win of the season with a 1-nil win over Bulawayo Chiefs with Herentals FC also securing a crucial 2-1 victory over Bulawayo City.

Nichrut and ZPC Kariba drew 1-all with Black Rhinos and Chapungu involved in another stalemate after a nil-all draw on Friday.

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