Dynamos captain Augustine Mbara says the Glamour Boys are gelling well under the tutelage of new coach Paulo Jorge Silva and is confident the Portuguese mentor will take them to the Promised Land this season.
Mbara told The Herald that DeMbare have fixed their eyes on their major target to win the championship and a number of trophies after they were dethroned by Chicken Inn last year.
Dynamos, who are due to tour Malawi and Tanzania next week to intensify their preparations, played a double header against Division One sides on Sunday when they drew 0-0 with ZRP and then thrashed Whawha 4-0 at Rufaro.
Mbara believes they are in the right direction.
“Our target this year is to win everything on offer. So we will be going out all out and hoping for the best.
“I think we are beginning to understand each other better now as players. We are getting to appreciate one another’s strengths and weaknesses, which makes us a better team.
“If you saw the way we passed the ball around at the weekend, it demonstrated on its own that we are improving and by the time the season starts we should have reached our peak,” said Mbara. DeMbare have seen some changes in the way they conduct their business following the arrival of Silva and his new assistant Mutasa.
Their style of play has a marked change from last season and this year they promise to entertain their supporters.
But the coach has had to deal with resistance and has been clashing with many people in his dressing room who are yet to appreciate his philosophy and his European style of management.
Silva has said that he wants to introduce professionalism and has started by cracking down on indiscipline in the camp.
The Portuguese coach is particular even on the smallest matters and he has been punishing offenders of late while others have been fined in his efforts to bring everyone in line.