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Dynamos chief steps down



As Dynamos prepare for a busy 2013 season, they will have to do so without Raymond Kazembe, who has resigned as the club’s secretary general.

Kazembe has cited difficult working conditions as his reason for stepping down.

Dynamos chairman Kenny Mubaiwa, when contacted, appeared to be in the dark over Kazembe’s exit, but expressed gratitude to the official for his service to the Harare-based outfit.

“We know we need all the stakeholders at this point in time and we need Mr Kazembe as well. But if he has decided that he has other things to attend to then we have to respect his decision,” Mubaiwa said.

“He has been working hard with the team for almost a year and we have to be thankful to him for that,” added Mubaiwa.

Dynamos will have a full calendar this year, as they are set to compete in continental competition in addition to their domestic duties.

The Zimbabwean Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions have earned a ticket to Caf’s showpiece club event, the African Champions League. Dynamos will start their pre-season training program on January 7.



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