Multiple Jeopardy’s for Dynamos

The resumption of the Castle Lager Premier league has cumulatively realised continued negative returns for Dynamos as they lost to Yadah through former Highlanders player, Ralph Matema’s touch to drop to third of the log.

The argued largest club in Zimbabwe by following which lost three points on a 3-0 scoreline and was fined for the skirmishes and pulling of goalposts during the ‘battle of the cities’ at Highlanders after the leagues two week sabbatical could not guard against Ralph Matema’s first touch after entering play in the 80th minute.

The former Highlanders forward who has had a regional stint as well as some national team call up in his career could not miss the opportunity of taking Prophet Magaya’s Yadah 1:0 up when the ball came his way in the 81th minute as a first touch of the match.

Dynamos’ complaint of Yadah ball boy’s failure to attend the balls by the 87th minute of the game saw, Dynamos’s Perennial Chairman and disputed owner Marriott’s son Harry standing in as the ball boy.

The ‘delay t
actics’ and frustration strategies are a recurrent football professional ill that owing to the growth of social media have also surfaced as provocative post’s continued as a resultant chicken
rant by current log leaders Chicken Inn on how the Dynamos hold on the top of the league was bound to be short-lived.

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