Harare – Dynamos FC head coach Lloyd Chigowe and his Triangle FC counterpart Taurai Mangwiro were both content with the nil all result at Rufaro stadium on Sunday.
Mangwiro said the draw is a step forward for the Lowveld boys since they were away from home against one of the biggest teams in country.
In a pitch side interview with the Mail and Telegraph, Mangwiro said his team will continue to press for the top four finish after a good result against the Glamour Boys.
“Personally I am happy with the point the boys secured us. It’s never easy playing away from home and securing a point against Dynamos is important,” he said.
Triangle knocked Dynamos out of the Chibuku cup a week ago.
Dynamos head coach Lloyd Chigowe said that the result was a fair one considering that the team had few players to field in after some has been summoned for discipline.
“We lost recently to Triangle because of some in-house problems we had with other players. Managing a point today against the team that defeated us here few days ago is an improvement. I am thrilled by the way the boys played considering that we had only two substitutes,” Chigowe said.
Chigowe said the suspended players will soon know of their fate.
“The players who were accused of wrong doings will soon know their fate. The management is working on the matter and I am sure they will resolve it soon,” he said.
Dynamos suspended Obey Mwerahari and Marshal Machazane, Peace Makaha together with Kingston Nkhatha accused of being the vanguards of plotting a boycott during the Chibuku Super Cup semi-final against Triangle which Dynamos lost 1-2 at Rufaro last week.