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Time ticking for struggling Dynamos

FILE: LUSAKA Dynamos striker Chris Mugalu (left) in a tussle with Zanaco defender George Chilufya during a Super Division Week 34 match at Sunset Stadium. Dynamos won 1-0. PICTURE: ANGELA NTENTABUNGA

MATHEWS KABAMBA, Kitwe

AT THIS stage, every game that Lusaka Dynamos play is a battle to stay up as things do not look too good for last season’s ABSA Cup champions even as they take on Green Eagles today. There will be two games in the offing for the Super League, with the other match pitting Nkwazi against basement side Konkola Blades. There are major concerns for Dynamos, who pride themselves as Elite, but there has been nothing elite about their performances this season. Manchi Janza’s men are the poorest team in the league at the moment when it comes to form, having only managed to collect two wins in the 18 games played so far. Having had numerous opportunities to turn the corner, Dynamos have flattered to deceive to a level where they are even losing to fellow strugglers like Blades. The match against Eagles, tough as it may be for Dynamos, is one they cannot afford to drop more points if they are thinking of staying up. At the moment, they are on 16 points and on a run of three losses and two draws in their last five matches. Eagles, on the other hand, have top-four and title ambitions; they know that beating Dynamos will help them not lose any ground on those above them. Smarting from a scoreless draw against Power Dynamos, the Choma side need to win this game, more so that they  CLICK TO READ MORE


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