Dynamos coach Paulo Jorge Silva

Fungai Muderere
DYNAMOS lost two matches to Highlanders last season but one thing they are not doing is copying Bosso at anything.

The two erstwhile league rivals hired foreign coaches, which DeMbare says is “mere coincidence” and to prove it the Harare giants went a step further to acquire two Brazilian forwards to bang the goals.

“Our settling for a foreign coach like Bosso who are also sponsored by BancABC was just mere coincidence,” said the DeMbare chairman Kenny Mubaiwa watering down rumours that both teams were instructed by BancABC to hire foreign coaches.

The DeMbare arrangement smells like a “$1 for 2” combo considering that their new coach Paulo Jorge Silva (ABOVE) from Portugal recommended two strikers of Brazilian descent.

This move will balance the coach’s backroom influence because the Brazilians speak Portuguese.

If Silva twins the two Brazilian strikers, he could come up with one of the best “1, 2” punch combinations the domestic league has ever seen.

“They are not coming for trials. Our new coach knows them and he has already recommended that we sign them,” added Mubaiwa.

Both players ply  their trade in Austria and Portugal respectively . The Brazilians will join a Dynamos strike force that has Rodreck Mutuma, Takesure Chinyama, Richard Kawondera, Farai Mupasiri and Kelvin Bulaji.

Meanwhile, Bosso’s Dutch gaffer Erol Akbay arrived in the country on Tuesday to assume duty at the success starved black and white camp on a two year contract.