Lloyd "Samaita" Mutasa is among some of the most celebrated footballers to have played for Dynamos Football Club

Lloyd Mutasa
Lloyd Mutasa
Born Lloyd Mutasa
Nationality Zimbabwe
  • Football Coach
Children Wisdom Mutasa



Samaita played for Dembare in a glittering career which saw him capturing the league title with the glamours in 1994, 1995 and 1997. He was also part of arguably greatest squad which featured Callisto Pasuwa, Gift Muzadzi and Masimba Dinyero just to mention a few.[1] Mutasa was also popular for his goal scoring prowess.


Premier League titles x3 (as a player)

Coaching career

Mutasa has coached several teams in the premier league. He got into the limelight when he was head coach of Kiglon Football Club. He assembled a very youthful team which was known for its passing game. Following his stint with Kiglon, Samaita was appointed head coach of Dynamos Football Club where he was an instant hit after having brought talented players to the club such as Gift Bello, Archford Gutu and Denver Mukamba. Although he did not last the whole season at Dembare, his contribution at the club remained evidently clear, the club went on to clinch the league title following his departure towards the end of the season. He has also coached other teams such as FC Platinum as well as being the assistant coach of the national team.

In May 2018 Dynamos fired Lloyd Mutasa together with Tendai Chaipa and Zondai Maungwa after having lost half the matches they had played in the opening 10 games of the 2018 season. Mutasa was replaced by Biggie Zuze who became Duynamos acting coach. [2]

Some Articles About Lloyd Mutasa

Lloyd Mutasa Names Zimbabwe’s Provisional COSAFA & AFCON Squad Sat May 18 2019

Mutasa, Gumbo Fired From Warriors Technical Team Thu Jan 3 2019

Dynamos Fires Lloyd Mutasa, New Coach Tasked With Saving Team From Relegation Fri Sep 28 2018

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  1. Mazdibaba Mutasa, Southern Eye, Published: October 22, 2013, Retrieved: March 2, 2015
  2. [1], Pindula News, Published: May 9 2018, Retrieved: May 9, 2018