News:Dynamos fire Murape for newspaper comment. Still to decide on replacement for Mutasa

<vote /> Dynamos assistant coach Murape Murape was the first to be fired as the club's management began to make technical changes which could see Lloyd Mutasa also following suit by the weekend. Sources interviewed by the Herald, however, revealed last night that club board chairman Bernard Marriot Lusengo had not sanctioned Murape’s axing and he could still sit on the technical bench when the Glamour Boys face Tsholotsho.

Mubaiwa last night said Murape had been fired. The Dynamos boss claimed Murape’s sentiments in a newspaper article, in which he felt the club did not have quality players, was “not in sync with the vision of the club”.

Mubaiwa said,

As for Murape, we have fired him with immediate effect. We are not happy with what he said in the newspapers. How can he say we had a poor pre-season and we did not get quality players when he only arrived in June? He certainly doesn’t understand the vision that we have and the hard work that has been put to try and win titles this year.

Mutasa was also advised of the intention to replace him, with the Dynamos coach now set to preside over his last league match this afternoon when the ailing giants host Tsholotsho at Rufaro.

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