DYNAMOS’ Portuguese head coach Jorge Paulo Silva and goalkeepers coach Gift “Umbro” Muzadzi have patched up their differences, after their dressing room bust-up prior to the club’s friendly matches against ZRP FC and WhaWha at Rufaro Stadium over the weekend.
BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA
The two coaches met in Harare yesterday, where they reportedly resolved their differences.
The Portuguese later told club secretary, Webster Chikengezha that he had no problem working with Muzadzi and that they would resolve their differences.
Chikengezha said he had told the coaches to find each other and be a united team.
“We told them to resolve their differences amicably and the head coach said he had no problems working with all members of his technical team, including Muzadzi,” he said.
Silva could not be reached for comment yesterday.
The duo, both former goalkeepers, clashed on selection of goalkeepers.
The Portuguese has been asked to lead the team to the championship this season after the Harare giants were beaten to it by Chicken Inn last term.
After overcoming Zambia’s Kabwe Warriors 2-0 in Harare recently, on Sunday, they displayed a flawless performance, which saw them walloping former PSL side WhaWha 4-0 with all their front runners registering their names on the score sheet.