By ZBC Reporter
A battle of National team coaches is on the cards in the Chibuku Super Cup this weekend as Tonderai Ndiraya’s Dynamos take on Lloyd Chitembwe’s Harare City at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday.
Group One leaders Dynamos take on third placed Harare City on Saturday as two national team assistant coaches battle for supremacy.
The match will see Tonderai Ndiraya and Lloyd Chitembwe putting aside their shared interest in national team colours for domestic club glory.
The two clubs have faced each other eight times with DeMbare dominating their meetings after five wins, while the City Fathers have won three times.
Separated by just two points in Group One, the two clubs are aware of what lies ahead.
It’s going to a be a tough game City have a good coach and they have been playing well, we just have to find a way of getting past them to collect maximum points and continue our charge towards the quarterfinals,
We started slowly but we are getting there and we are happy with the progress we have made, we know how strong Dynamos is but Dynamos inofanirwa kungorohwa,
Since the club competition resumed in 2014, Harare City have won the Chibuku Super Cup twice in 2015 and 2017, beating Dynamos in the 2015 final, whereas Dynamos are yet to lift the trophy.