Dynamos will soon unveil a Portuguese national as their new coach ending months of speculation as to who will take over at dembare.
Speculation had been rife that Tonderayi Ndiraya would be replaced as Dynamos coach after failing to land any meaningful silverware during his tenure as Dynamos head coach. Ndiraya who last year took over from David Mandigora has spent the past few weeks in the cold and uncertain about his future at dembare.
The glamour boys are however believed to have decided to try their luck with a foreign Portuguese coach, in their bid to reclaim the Premiership crown which was last year won by Chicken Inn. Foreign coaches now appear to be trending in the local premiership after Highlanders also agreed terms with a Dutch gaffer in the off-season.
When contacted for comment Dynamos secretary Webster Chikengezha could neither confirm nor deny seeking for the services of a foreign coach.