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NEW Winnerspark coach Solly Luvhengo believes his charges have the potential to maintain their dominance over neighbours Dynamos despite their poor display in their opening league matches.
The two Limpopo sides will meet at NkowaNkowa Stadium on Saturday in a National First Division Inland Stream match. Winnerspark have won all their battles against the club owned by Pat Malabela in the past three seasons. Luvhengo's side is still to collect a point after two league games and is seventh on the eight-team log, while Dynamos are fifth with three points.
"The only way of redeeming our already damaged image will be to beat Dynamos in order to enhance our promotion ambition," Luvhengo said.
He added: " Based on the large number of midfielders we have, we will release three to four of them because it will be unfair to keep a player here while his services are not utilised. One problem which needs immediate attention is flexibility among the players, as strikers do not assist the defenders and as a result create a gap between the two departments."
"Ri Khomeni Ri Nga Peli" (hold the sun from setting down), as Dynamos are known, have signed Alois Ngweruma. They may face Winnerspark without head coach Jacob Sakala, who is said to be in and out of the club since they were thrashed 5-0 by Witbank Spurs recently.
Sources in the club said Sakala did not attend the training sessions last week because of a contractual dispute. Sakala pleaded ignorance of the allegations.