'At DeMbare, You're Not Given Time To Develop'
Black Rhinos striker Tawanda Macheka says Dynamos’ new signings are expected to perform right away and deliver instant results.
The 23-year-old is one of the many players who joined Dynamos in 2016 but could not live up to expectations.
Macheke played at Dembare first under Lloyd Mutasa, then under Biggie Zuze, Lloyd Chigowe and Tonderai Ndiraya before leaving the club for the army side. He said:
There is no time for you to try and adapt to the system. You need to just come, perform and get results.
But most of the guys had never played Premiership football before, or for a big club like Dynamos, so they needed time to adjust and to gel but that cannot happen at DeMbare.
If you come to Dynamos, they assume that you are ready to play and deliver.
Dynamos just need someone who is ready, not someone who wants to develop because they always want results.
Macheka is best remembered for his cheeky rabona pass after he had come on as a second-half substitute in the tense Harare Derby against CAPS United at the National Sports Stadium almost three years ago.
Last year, he graduated with an honours degree in Development Studies from the Midlands State University.