CAPS coach staying grounded
After beating CAPS United in the semi-finals of the Mbada Diamonds Cup, Dynamos are now in a hunt for a double.
Dynamos enjoy a two-point lead over Highlanders in the Castle Lager League title chase, with two games to go.
Despite their rich vein of form, DeMbare coach Callisto Pasuwa doesn’t want to get carried away just yet, and says that they are currently taking things one game at a time.
He said that they are glad that they have reached the final of the Mbada Diamonds Cup and that they are close to defending the league title, but admits that it doesn’t mean they are home and dry.
Dynamos face to important league games before they take part in the cup final, and the coach has stressed the importance of keeping focused for each game, and not thinking about a double.
“We still have a whole two weeks before we can win a double. This week we have to concentrate on the league and then weekend league again,” he said.
“Next week it will be the Mbada Cup. So you see we have to take one game at a time. We have to focus on the game in hand.”
“All the games are difficult at this stage and needs our full concentration to win another double. But as I have said it is one game at a time. I can’t talk about the finals right now. But we are ready I know,” Pasuwa said.