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DeMbare Sign Makanda Amid Mavhunga, Chadya Rumours

DYNAMOS have signed striker Tinashe Makanda (pictured centre) from arch-rivals Highlanders as the club continues to do business at a time when local football has been shut out by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Makanda’s contract with Bosso is said to have expired in June and the player was understood to have been angling for a move to FC Platinum.

But DeMbare acted swiftly and on Wednesday they signed the forward.

Sources in Harare also claim the Harare giants have also signed Triangle Utd talisman Trevor Mavhunga.

However, the club’s officials are not confirming the move.

Dynamos Secretary-General, Webster Marechera, who was pictured with Makanda in full DeMbare-branded regalia, tried to claim he was not aware of the developments.

“We have not signed Tinashe Makanda and Trevor Mavhunga,’’ he said. “We are not aware of those deals, maybe someone took the picture.

“We are not signing players.  Someone should have taken the picture and posted it on social media.  It’s social media stuff,” said Marechera.

Highlanders spokesperson, Ronald Moyo, could neither confirm  nor deny that Makanda has joined Dynamos.

“We are not commenting on that issue,” said Moyo.

The Glamour Boys have also been linked with Ngezi Platinum Stars goalkeeper Nelson Chadya.

Chadya, who was voted the Mhondoro team’s Most Improved Player after conceding 21 goals in 31 games while keeping 13 clean sheets last season is understood to be split between Dynamos and FC Platinum.

His contract with the Ngezi side expires at the end of the year.

Coach Rodwell Dhlakama has brought in former Triangle goalkeeper, Chang Marion, as well as Issah Ali from Yadah, to the club.

DeMbare’s first-choice goalkeeper, Simba Chinani, is targeting a move to Moroka Swallows of South Africa.

If Chadya eventually joins Dynamos, he will reunite with his former coach Ndiraya, with the duo having worked together for close to three years at Ngezi Platinum Stars.

The relative stability at the Glamour Boys has been attributed to their principal sponsors, Gold Leaf Tobacco.

“All the activities happening, and the stability we have at the club, wouldn’t have been there without the support of our dear sponsors, Gold Leaf Tobacco, though the RG brand,” said club executive chairman, Isaiah Mupfurutsa.

Tino Kadewere’s Brother Passes On

PRINCE Kadewere, brother to Olympique Lyon and Zimbabwe Warriors striker Tinitenda has died.

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The older Kadewere passed on this morning with initial sources indicating that he was battling pneumonia.

During the 2019 season, Prince was coach of ZIFA northern Division One side Beta X1 which finished 10th on the log standings.

This year Prince was actively involved in reviving the nurturing of young players under the project Highfield Youth Academy bankrolled by Tinotenda and his France-based agent Jihed Taniche

HYA academy was established by their late father, Onias Kadewere in 2002 but had closed its doors back in 2017 due to economic challenges.

Funeral arrangements are still being worked on and mourners are gathered at the family home in Highfield.

Biggie Zuze Buried Amid Carnival Atmosphere

The late Dynamos Assistant Coach Biggie Zuze has been laid to rest in his hometown of Bindura this afternoon.

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A carnival atmosphere gripped the small mining town of Bindura as football fans, officials, players and residents joined family and friends of the Zuze  family in celebrating the life of one of the most prominent sons of Mashonaland Central Province.

Zuze passed on last Thursday at High Glen Cimas Clinic due to pulmonary infection.

Due to the lockdown restrictions, Dynamos Football Club were represented by a truncated team of 5 Executive members, 4 Technical team members and 5 players.

The 5 Executive members were Chairman Isaiah Mupfurutsa, Vice Chairman Moses Shumba, Secretary General Webster Marechera, Treasurer Moses Chikwariro and Executive Member In Charge Of Development Francis Matsinga.

Head Coach Tonderai Ndiraya led his Technical team of Assistant Naison Muchekela, Fitness Trainer Tendai Chituwa and Head Coach Juniors Norman Taruvinga.

The players were represented by Captain Partson Jaure, Munyaradzi Diya, Emmanuel Jalai, King Nadolo and Ghanaian Sylvester Appiah.

Hundreds of Dynamos fans poured into Bindura from last night and created a lively atmosphere at the Zuze home throughout the night.

Football fans from rival clubs, most notably Caps Utd, Highlanders and Bindura’s own Simba Bhora were on hand to pay their last respects to a fine gentleman of the game.

Such was the popularity of Biggie Zuze in this town that thousands of mourners defied the current restrictions and flooded the street leading to the Zuze home.

Many more lined the streets to catch a glimpse of the funeral hearse as it made its way to the cemetery.

On the way, residents demanded that the funeral hearse pass through Chipadze Stadium where many more residents had converged to pay their last respects to Nzou.

After all the protocols of the burial service were done, it became a sombre moment as the coffin was finally lowered into the grave draped in a Dynamos flag and matchball.

Farewell Glamour Boy

Farewell Bindura Part 1

Zuze’s Body Leaves For Bindura

The body of the late Dynamos Assistant coach Biggie Zuze has left Harare for Bindura where it will lie in state at the Zuze home tonight.

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Burial is scheduled for tomorrow (Monday).

In the picture above, football fans drawn from several clubs carry the body of Biggie Zuze from his Stoneridge house for the final journey to Bindura.

The funeral hearse left Stoneridge just after lunchtime and passed through Rufaro Stadium where Biggie has fond memories both as player and coach.

Scores of football fans were on hand to bid farewell to an illustrious servant of the game.

Zuze died in Harare last Thursday following pulmonary complications.

Zuze started his career at lower division sides in Mashonaland Central before making the big leap to Harare giants Dynamos in 1983.

At Dynamos he played alongside household names like Clayton Munemo, Elvis Chiweshe, Francis Shonhayi, Peter Fanwell, Lucky Dube, Leon Ntawantawa, Kenneth Jere, Moses, Taurai Mangwiro, Memory Mucherahowa and David Mandigora.

His brother Garikai was to join the Glamour Boys 2 years later in 1985.

As a coach Biggie had an eye for junior talent and was instrumental in setting up the famed Dynamos’ Kidznet project where he groomed stars like Desmond Maringwa, Murape Murape, Cephas Chimedza, Norman Maroto and Samson Choruwa, to mention a few.

He had coaching stints at Sporting Lions, Monomotapa, Triangle, in between having brief stints at his beloved Dynamos.

Despite the lockdown restrictions, a huge crowd is expected to converge in Bindura tomorrow to lay to rest a fine gentleman of the game.

He is survived by his wife and two sons.

ZWL17 080 Raised For Zuze

Friends, colleagues and football fans have contributed ZWL17 080 as condolences to the late Dynamos assistant coach Biggie Zuze (pictured) who passed on at High Glen Cimas Clinic on Thursday.

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The crowdfunding initiative was mooted by the Secretary-General of Black Mambas FC Thomas Mangwiro through a social media platform that has former and current footballers, fans and journalists as members.

At the time of writing, a total of 292 people had sent in their individual contributions through Mangwiro’s ecocash number.

The list includes former players who played before, alongside and against Biggie together with later-day players.

Football fans from different clubs also united in contributing to the cause.

In light of the impending suspension of mobile money transactions, Mr Mangwiro told Tru Blu that he has since sent the money to Zuze’s wife successfully.

“I wish to inform the domestic football family, especially the contributors, that the total condolences money has reached ZWL17 080.00. I have had to prematurely sent the money to Zuze’s wife Memory Mutyanda on the backdrop of the announcement by the Government of the suspension of all mobile money transfers.”

“After the total transaction charges (plus tax) totalling ZWL625.26, the actual figure received by Ms Mutyanda is ZWL16 455.00.”

Mangwiro also advised the football family that all contributions on his number have ceased.

“Let us consider contributions through my number closed. All those still willing to contribute can do so directly to Memory Mutyanda on 0772 719 598”

THE CONTRIBUTORS

1. Emmanuel Zemba – $140.00
2. Dennis Sithole – $30.00
3. Emmanuel Gutu – $50.00
4. Thomas Mangwiro – $20.00
5. Chrispen Chidzenga – $50.00
6. Emmanuel Makuni – $20.00
7. Austine Chikwababa – $50.00
8. Isaac Dinnes – $20.00
9. Lawrence Marumisa – $50.00
10. Tichaona Mufundisi – $50.00
11. Joseph Takaringofa – $30.00
12. Daniel Veremu – $30.00
13. Zivanai Chiyangwa – $30.00
14. Prince Matore – $50.00
15. Tendai Samanja – $25.00
16. Vivian Tshuma – $20.00
17. Pasca Chigwedere – $20.00
18. Beaven Chikaka – $25.00
19. Rumbidzai Muyambuki – $50.00
20. Norman Chidzenga – $25.00
21. Clevious Ncube – $40.00
22. Clemence Bonda – $30.00
23. Timothy Mazhindu – $25.00
24. Tafireyi Paddington – $50.00
25. Herbet Maruwa – $50.00
26. Morgen Dube – $80.00
27. Wellington Mabiginye – $50.00
28. Chenjerai Dube – $35.00
29. Tinashe Moyo – $24.00
30. Elvis Shumba – $50.00
31. Tobias Nyamdlambanje – $50.00
32. Garthly Chipuka – $20.00
33. Laban Kandi – $20.00
34. Paul Chimalizeni – $20.00
35. D Fuzane – $50.00
36. Tendayi Phiri – $20.00
37. Kervin Togaraseyi – $30.00
38. Norman Komani – $50.00
39. Trevor Jakachira – $55.00
40. Kervin Mujuru – $50.00
41. Mandla Mpofu – $50.00
42. Erinos Chimbera – $20.00
43. Musariri Mupesani – $50.00
44. Emmanuel Deshe – $20.00
45. Mupositori weKepekepe – $30.00
46. Charles Manjera – $30.00
47. Mehluli Moyo – $60.00
48. Bruce Tshuma – $30.00
49. Gilbert Saika – $210.00
50. Ralph Kaondera – $50.0
51. Kingstone Rinemhota – $30.00
52. Mako Dube – $100.00
53. Tafadzwa Basera – $60.00
54. Tavengwa Hara – $160.00
55. Edward Dube – $30.00
56. Friday Mudado – $20.00
57. Eleck Kambale – $30.00
58. Tafadzwa Mashiri – $30.00
59. Agnes Nyamuda – $25.00
60. Oscca Chove – $20.00
61. Austin Mashanda – $25.00
62. Morris Mukwiti – $20.00
63. Lazarus Meke – $20.00
64. Richard Nyathi – $20.00
65. Bongani Mafu – $20.00
66. Stephen Mudawapi – $20.00
67. Mususa Asibu – $50.00
68. Dorcas Hwenhira – $20.00
69. Munyaradzi Maruta – $50.00
70. Prosper Kadewere – $50.00
71. Nesbert Saruchera – $200.00
72. Fungai Kwashi – $30.00
73. Nation Dube – $30.00
74. Newsome Mtema – $100.00
75. Genesis Mangombe – $100.00
76. Stephen Nhira – $25.00
77. Cosmas Mukoko – $30.00
78. David Kutyauripo – $25.00
79. Joseph Nkomazana – $20.00
80. Misheck Muyambo – $100.00
81. Robsin Musarafu – $25.00
82. Godfrey Mlambo – $40.00
83. Micheal Gumede – $20.00
84. Pias Dure – $25.00
85. Basil Makoni – $20.00
86. Mtokozisi Sihwa – $30.00
87. Shadreck Mlauzi – $20.00
88. Nkosinathi Zhou – $20.00
89. Tendai Madzama – $20.00
90. Evaristo Garwe – $50.00
91. Blessing Watch – $30.00
92. Skilder Makona – $30.00
93. Michael Mavuru – $30.00
94. Shadreck Machapuya – $50.00
95. Dereck Mwale – $40.00
96. Alfred Tavavarirwa – $20.00
97. Lofty Kasinganeti – $30.00
98. Mpunzi Qinisela – $20.00
99. Nhamo Mhoshiwa – $20.00
100. Sikhonzile Dingani – $30.00
101. Edmore Gambo – $20.00
102. Nicky Makuto – $100.00
103. Stanley Nkomo – $30.00
104. Hastings Makunda – $50.00
105. Urayayi Rukuni – $30.00
106. Norman Taruvinga – $30.00
107. Murwira Madombi – $30.00
108. Tawanda Dzudzo – $40.00
109. Fungai Kamwaza – $20.00
110. Nelson Matongorere – $100.00
111. Joe Manyange – $20.00
112. Peter Mugwendere – $20.00
113. Luwis Chirume – $20.00
114. Patrick Mubako – $30.00
115. Obert Kadodo – $15.00
116. Philani Mabhena – $30.00
117. Stanford Mutizwa – $30.00
118. Cloud Moyo – $20.00
119. Cosmas Zindoga – $100.00
120. Borden Madzoka – $20.00
121. Lizwe Sweswe – $50.00
122. Sugar Chagonda – $50.00
123. Livemore Maphuya – $20.00
124. Elliot Chitiyo – $20.00
125. Bekhimpilo Nyoni – $350.00
126. Arthur Tutani – $100.00
127. Tendai Nyathi – $30.00
128. Munashe Kapasura – $50.00
129. Shepherd Nyoni – $50.00
130. Peter Shoko – $30.00
131. Samuel Tauro – $20.00
132. Mark Tupila – $20.00
133. Patrick Mutesva – $1,000.00
134. Dzikamai Mhou – $30.00
135. Esther Mawere – $1,000.00
136. Faricken Madzinga – $40.00
137. Prince Manzini – $30.00
138. Darlington Dodo – $40.00
139. Elvis Chiweshe – $50.00
140. John Remba – $30.00
141. Tinashe Magedi – $20.00
142. Bernard Gwarada – $250.0
143. Nelson Nzombe – $40.00
144. Wilbert Sarireni – $30.00
145. Tendayi Bwanya – $30.00
146. Denford Mutumbi – $20.00
147. Majaira Nyamuzuhwe – $40.00
148. Terrence Madiro – $50.00
149. Warren Mapanga – $25.00
150. Itayi Gwandu – $30.00
151. Stephen Mari – $50.00
152. Cuthbert Chitima – $500.00
153. Stewart Murisa – $20.00
154. Prince Kadewere – $30.00
155. George Mudiwa – $20.00
156. Newton Chitewe – $30.00
157. Stanley Chirambadare – $40.00
158. Donald Wadawu – $60.00
159. Drek Ruwisi – $30.00
160. Jeremiah Makota – $25.00
161. Fitzgerald Maforo – $20.00
162. Machingura Chipuriro – $20.00
163. Charles Mutero – $50.00
164. Robert Mugiya – $50.00
165. Clayton Maticha – $50.00
166. Tembo Chuma – $50.00
167. Nobioth Magwizi – $100.00
168. Wordsan Jimika – $300.00
169. Thadious Mhororo – $200.00
170. Richman Bonongwe – $100.00
171. Tapela Ngwenya – $20.00
172. Oscar Mazhambe – $40.00
173. Edward Mafedi – $30.0
174. Lloyd Mutasa – $100.00
175. Bernard Chinhengo – $50.00
176. Thembinkosi Sibanda – $20.00
177. Ephraim Mazarura – $30.00
178. Gatsi Mukombwe – $20.00
179. Gilbert Munyoro – $50.00
180. John Nyikadzino – $50.00
181. Jealos Madziva – $50.00
182. Issau Mujera – $20.00
183. Kumbirai Mutiwekuziva – $40.00
184. Noah Takawira – $30.00
185. Jack Banda – $20.00
186. Stanslous Nyachowe – $100.00
187. Godfrey Tamirepi – $40.00
188. Gift Lunga Snr – $30.00
189. Temba Mazvimbakupa – $30.00
190. Dickson Musa – $20.00
191. Madinda Ndlovu – $100.00
192. Isaac Nyabvure – $30.00
193. Philani Ncube – $40.00
194. Charles Milo Murira – $20.00
195. Raphael Jimu – $20.00
196. Motion Mbano Matemai – $150.00
197. Max Carlos – $100.00
198. Bunny Mandingaisa – $20.0
199. Fanuel Nyamukapa – $40.00
200. Patridge Muskwe – $50.00
201. Stanley Ncube – $60.00
202. Fina Makanda – $50.00
203. Ikabort Masocha – $50.00
204. Talent Chitsaka – $50.00
205. Percy Ngandu – $20.00
206. Sithethelelwe Sibanda – $30.00
207. Solomon Bawa – $150.00
208. Blessing Litsoe – $100.00
209. Lindiwe Ndhlovu – $30.00
210. Gilbert Sengwe – $50.00
211. Patson Nyanguni – $50.00
212. Peter Masibera – $20.00
213. Brightlike Kekala – $20.00
214. Thanks Tengwe – $30.00
215. Abel Chimusaru – $70.00
216. Solomon Chikomba – $30.00
217. Simbarashe Chikonyora – $20.00
218. Albert Chiwizi – $20.00
219. Matachabo Mwale – $20.00
220. Coster Gonduroni – $25.00
221. Simon Makaza – $250.00
222. Hubert Manyowa – $50.00
223. Lovemore Thabani Dube – $30.00
224. Sibuyile Hadebe – $1,000.00
225. Mugove Munetsi – $100.00
226. Naison Mutambarika – $20.00
227. Musekiwa Zuze – $30.00
228. Wilson Ngwenya – $40.00
229. Erasmus M Na – $50.00
230. Fabion Mahembe – $150.00
231. Silas Muringani – $40.00
232. Kumbulani Msendeki – $20.00
233. Norman Maroto – $50.00
234. Smart Magochenko Mahosi – $50.00
235. Fibion Tute – $20.00
236. Brian Sithole – $30.00
237. Francis Tenga – $50.00
238. Gibson Homela – $30.00
239. Prominance Makaza – $50.00
240. Spencer Banda – $50.00
241. Muchenje Fidelis – $100.00
242. Washington Mandizha – $100.00
243. Alexio Sigion – $50.00
244. Taurai Chikande – $20.00
245. Edwin Kangadzi – $50.00
246. Edwell Kasongo – $20.00
247. Mayfield Daka – $40.00
248. Nelson Ngwenya – $40.00
249. Piraishe Mabhena – $100.00
250. Wilson Mupasiri – $100.00
251. Godfrey Kepekepe – $30.00
252. Lazarus Mehlo – $20.00
253. Murada Beaven – $30.00
254. Otlen Gwati – $100.00
255. Celestino Benza – $50.00
256. Jonathan Maguraushe – $50.00
257. Stewart Rupawa – $20.00
258. Nimrod Taona – $50.00
259. Fredy Garufu – $40.00
260. Elisha Mukusa – $30.00
261. Gift Shangwa – $30.00
262. Raphael Matinyarare – $30.00
263. Lewis Chitovoro – $18.00
264. Determination Maparadze – $25.00
265. Tachiveyi Muvuti – $20.00
266. Salimu Milanzi – $20.00
267. Nyasha Mangwaira – $50.00
268. Robert Zhakata – $100.00
269. Grandy Chunga – $30.00
270. Tinashe Masimba – $25.00
271. Tawanda Nyamandwe – $40.00
272. Shelton Chiuswa – $50.00
273. Samson Mavhenyengwa – $50.00
274. Hillary Mutsvairo – $50.00
275. Lazarus Muhoni – $50.00
276. Egnasio Kapitapita – $25.00
277. Chiwaridzo Booker – $30.00
278. Alois Bunjira – $50.00
279. Ashley Rambanapasi – $30.00
280. Moses Zadzi – $50.00
281. Takesure Chiragwi – $100.00
282. Adomsi Mukwasi – $25.00
283. Emmanuel Murwiti – $15.00
284. Timire Mamvura – $50.00
285. Sheunesu Godomara – $50.00
286. Charles Chitambira – $20.00
287. Patrick Chikwara – $50.00
288. Chandafira Koma – $20.00
289. Vincent Dambamupfe – $25.00
290. Rodwell Dhlakama – $200.00
291. Misi Ngwaluka – $40.00
292. Oscar Rusenga – $100.00

Mourners are gathered at the Zuze home in Stoneridge, off Chitungwiza Rd near DDF.

ZUZE NEGATIVE TO COVID-19

THE late Dynamos Assistant coach Biggie Zuze had tested negative of the deadly Coronavirus a few hours before his death but health authorities are conducting another Covid-19 test before releasing his body for burial.

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Zuze, who complained of breathing problems, passed away at High Glen Clinic yesterday afternoon after a short illness.

He was 55.

Club Spokesperson Tinashe Farawo says the Covid-19 tests were mandatory and necessary.

“It was a sudden death so naturally in this day and age of the coronavirus, tests are necessary. But he tested negative when he was admitted. We are waiting for post mortem results.”

Farawo also spoke on burial arrangements

“Burial is likely to be in Bindura on Sunday. Burial arrangements will be clear after the post mortem,”

Mourners are gathered at Zuze’s residence in Harare’s suburb of Stoneridge pending finalization of burial arrangements.

 

Dynamos Assistant Coach Biggie Zuze Is No More

DYNAMOS Football Club Assistant coach Biggie Zuze has passed on.

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He died at High Glen Cimas Clinic this afternoon after reportedly experiencing breathing problems in the morning.

Zuze played for the Glamour Boys in the 80s in a revered midfield featuring players like Moses Chunga, Kenneth Jere, Clayton Munemo and David Mandigora.

He also played alongside his younger brother Garikayi who joined Dembare in later years.

In his playing days, he was nicknamed Bindura, and later in his coaching time he was called Nzou.

At one time he was acting Dynamos coach after the firing of Lloyd Mutasa in May 2018.

He has had coaching roles at other teams like Monomotapa, Triangle Utd and Ngezi Platinum Stars.

Go Well Glamour Boy

Dembare Merchandise Deal Goes Into Motion

The operationalisation of the four-year sales agreement between Dynamos Football Club and their anchor sponsor Remmington Gold has kicked off

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The deal was launched in February and the two parties have confirmed, through an official statement, that the deal is now fully operational.

The development comes at a time Dynamos have begun steps to commercialise and widen their revenue streams beyond gate revenue.

Dynamos, just like all the local teams, have had to endure months without any gate-takings as action was halted owing to the pandemic that forced a stop to global sporting action.

But before the Covid-19 outbreak, Dynamos had begun exploring ways to enhance brand visibility through merchandise sales, particularly the club’s replica jerseys and branded shirts.

“The sale of our merchandise has kicked off,” read part of the statement.

“Dynamos Football Club and their main sponsors Remington Gold are glad to announce the operationalisation of our four-year sales relationship agreement, which was concluded in February 2020.

“The two partners agreed that they shall, during the subsistence of the agreement, distribute, through their supporters’ structures, the official club merchandise and or paraphernalia and Remington Gold products in Zimbabwe and beyond the borders.

“The products, which shall be sold to the club’s fans and the general public, shall be distributed through designated distribution agents comprising, but not limited to the following: sports shops, restaurants and food courts, service stations, licensed vendors, departmental/chain stores, wholesalers and club offices.”

While Dynamos’ official home and away shirts will be on sale when the season gets underway, merchandise like royal blue supporters’ shirts (pictured) are already on sale at US$10.

Dynamos spokesperson Tinashe Farawo explained further details of the merchandise deal.

“The first batch of official club merchandise comprising royal blue supporters’ shirts shall be sold at your nearest distribution agent designated by the club.

“Each original supporters’ shirt shall be sold for a special price of US$10.

“More merchandise, including the official 2020 season home and away playing shirts, shall be going on sale as soon as the season gets underway,” Farawo said.

Dynamos and fellow traditional giants Highlanders and CAPS United have constantly been urged to lead the way in becoming commercial ventures in line with global football trends.

Without official club replicas and branded shirts, caps, scarves and other merchandise, Dynamos fans have had to find their identity in replicas of international clubs such as Chelsea who wear similar colours.

Farawo, however, believes the Premiership giants can only build from the steps they have taken through their partnership with Remington Gold, which includes their supporters across the country.

Murwira Booked For Operation

DYNAMOS FC utility player, Godknows Murwira, is booked to go under the surgeon’s knife this week.

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Murwira’s knee was injured late last year and the injury was aggravated during pre-season training earlier this year.

He had been ruled out for the first half of 2020 season before the season was put on hold due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The season could start in August/September after the ZIFA Emergency Committee provisionally settled for that date last week.

And Murwira, who could have managed to play even without surgery, has now opted to go with the medical advice he has been receiving.

The former Ngezi Platinum Stars player has sought to take advantage of the window provided by this break to have the surgery.

Dynamos executive chairman, Isaah Mupfurutsa, yesterday confirmed Murwira is now booked for the operation procedure.

“All things being equal, Godknows (Murwira) will be operated on during the course of this week,’’ he said.

“He is already booked for the procedure.

“The issue is that this coronavirus pandemic has affected everything in life. Under normal circumstances, he (Murwira) should have been operated on a long time ago.

“But, understandably, the process has been delayed. It’s now up to the medical team to choose when they can have the procedure, otherwise it’s booked already.”

Mupfurutsa said the club’s main concern was to make sure Murwira was successfully operated on.

“At the moment, we are mainly concerned about his well-being. He has to be in good shape. He is our player and we want to see him doing well and in a good condition,’’ said Mupfurutsa.

“This is why as a club, we decided to help him out. We can’t afford to neglect our players. Their wellness is our strength.

“We wish the operation goes well and he recovers from it as soon as possible.”

Normally, the type of operation Murwira will undergo takes between six to eight weeks to fully heal.

And, Mupfurutsa hopes all goes well for Murwira to be part of the Glamour Boys in time for the scheduled start of the delayed season.

Murwira is supposed to go back to his parent club, FC Platinum, at the expiry of his loan spell in December this year.

But, there is a possibility he will stay beyond that period on condition the two clubs find common ground as they are understood to have started negotiations towards extending the loan.

Jaure Discharged From Hospital

IN news likely to excite the local football family, Dynamos Football Club captain Partson Jaure has been discharged from hospital.

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The former Manica Diamonds player was involved in a car accident last month and sustained a skull fracture which required surgery.

He subsequently underwent a successful head operation at Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare at the weekend.

Family sources say he has regained full consiousness and is now able to walk on his own. Doctors will continue to monitor him as he undergoes intensive physiotherapy at home.

It is not clear as yet when he will be ready to return to the field but Dembare has omitted him from the squad that will kick off the first half of the season to give him ample time to fully recover and hopefully be ready to be registered for the second half of the season.