|Wednesday, 11 July 2012 15:52|
DYNAMOS will go on an all-out attack when they face Interclube of Angola in the return leg of the Confederation Cup group stage qualifying play-offs in Luanda this Sunday.
Assistant coach, Tonderai Ndiraya, believes the Glamour Boys still have a good chance despite being held to a goalless draw at Rufaro two weeks ago.
“So, we are going there aiming for an outright win and if that doesn’t happen then we would fight to get at least a scoring goal. It’s good that we didn’t concede at home so will be pushing for goals in Angola. It was difficult when they came here because they were more defensive. This time they will be at home and they could change their approach and open up a bit.”
But Dynamos have struggled to get results away from home of late in the African safari and they will be praying for a better performance in Luanda.
“We are trying our level best to psyche them up. I must say we learnt a big lesson on that side (Tunisia) and hopefully when we go to Angola we should be able to come back with a positive result. We don’t want to repeat the same mistakes that cost us before,” said Ndiraya.
Murape was recovering from a knee injury that kept him out of the first leg while Kabwe had a hamstring strain.
DeMbare would need to beat the police side at their own turf or, at least, force a scoring draw to make it through to the group stage on the away goals’ rule.
Big striker, Takesure Chinyama, who has not been finding the back of the nets of late, appears to have regained some of his confidence after banging a hattrick in the match.
“The win was a big confidence booster and will help calm the nerves as we face a crucial game in Angola. At least, we are going there with our spirits high,” said Ndiraya.