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We haven’t won yet- Pasuwa

Dynamos are just a 90 minutes away from reclaiming the league title they won last year.

DeMbare are two points ahead of Bulawayo-based Highlanders with the final game of the league season on Sunday.

On paper, Dynamos seem to have an easy task as they face Hardbody FC who are down in 14th place and set for relegation, but coach Callisto Pasuwa has warned his side to avoid complacency and says they haven’t won the league yet.

He says that they have to play Hardbody as if they are playing in the final of a cup game. He also noted that Hardbody have nothing to lose as they are as good as relegated and will just go there and enjoy their game.

“Such games come with pressure but we should not put pressure on ourselves,” he said. “I know we haven’t won the league yet as this game on Sunday would be a tricky one. We have to win the game but we are not putting ourselves under pressure as we just want to defend our trophy.”

“We can do that if we win on Sunday. The players know that and we respect our opponents on the day. It will be good to go out there and defend our cup – but as I have said we haven’t won the league yet,” Pasuwa concluded.


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