The club also welcomed back goalkeeper Washington Arubi and Murape Murape who had jumped ship.
Sources who attended the emergency meeting held yesterday said the Dynamos chairman Farai Munetsi was not even given a chance to present the blue print on the floating of shares and was told right in his face that “it was the prerogative of the board of directors”. The meeting was held at the club offices located at the National Sports Stadium.
“Munetsi (Farai) was told that the issue of floating shares was the prerogative of the board of directors and not the executive,” the source said.
However, the chairman, Munetsi, who was flanked by chief executive officer Casper Muzenda emerged from the meeting singing a different tune after meeting the board of directors.
“We have presented our case of listing the club on the stock exchange and the board is currently deliberating on it. We have put the proposal to the board and I am sure something positive is going to crop up. I am not going to reveal much on the issue of shares as it is still under the consideration of the board.” Munetsi said
Goalkeepers: Washington Arubi, Maxwell Nyamupangedengu, Knowledge Jimu.
Defenders: George Magariro, Guthrie Zhokinyu, David Kutyauripo, Augustine Mbara, Thomas Magorimbo, Dominic Benati, Gift Bello, Dragan Shuva
Midfielders: Desmond Maringwa, Wonder Sithole, Milton Makopa, Archford Gutu, Nicholas Alifandika, Timire Mamvura, Devon Chafa, Denvar Mukamba, Tawanda Muparati
Strikers: Murape Murape, Francis Kanda, Charles Chiutsa, Rodrieck Mutumwa, Patrick Khumbula