DYNAMOS interim coach Genesis Mangombe wants his side to guard against complacency following their morale boosting win over Sheasham in the gaffer’s first league match in charge.
This was Mangombe’s second win after he also guided Dynamos to a Chibuku Super Cup first round win over Simba Bhora.
It has been just two matches, but everything seems to be blissful again for DeMbare as they seek to cut the gap between them and table toppers Highlanders.
DeMbare are unbeaten in their last three matches, winning two and sharing spoils with Hwange.
The decent run of form has seen them remain fourth on the PSL log standings with 32 points.
They are nine points behind leaders Highlanders with 15 games left to play before the curtain goes down. At this point, they can still hope to catch up with Bosso.
And Mangombe, whose men host to Simba Bhora on Sunday at Barbourfields stadium, admits there is still a lot of work to do hence the need guard against complacency.
The former Yadah gaffer is happy that his players are getting to grips with his philosophy.
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“My boys are getting that confidence and that is what we all wanted. The other thing which we want to work on is complacency because after winning two games, you get relaxed," Mangombe said. “So we just want to push them very hard, so that they go into the next assignment with the same spirit and momentum.”
Dynamos managed to score six goals in the last three matches, while conceding one.
Mangombe is excited that his strikers Elton Chikona, Jayden Bakari and Eli Ilunga are repaying the faith he has put in them.