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Dynamos Players Blamed For Barbourfields Stadium Violence

Dynamos Players Blamed For Barbourfields Stadium Violence

Dynamos players have been blamed for inciting the violence that forced their Premier Soccer League match against Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium to be abandoned before the fulltime on Sunday.

The high stakes match was disrupted by crowd trouble on two separate occasions in the second half.

The first lengthy stoppage, which lasted for 15 minutes, occurred in the 60th minute when Dynamos striker Bill Antonio’s challenge left Andrew Tandi with a broken leg.

Despite Antonio being shown a straight red card, players and officials from both sides clashed following the tackle.

The second stoppage occurred when Highlanders took the lead in the 93rd minute through Washington Navaya’s header.

Bosso fans stormed the pitch to celebrate the goal while Dynamos players surrounded the referee, protesting his decision to allow the goal.

Dynamos players were arguing that Shadreck Nyahwa and goalkeeper Timon Mvula were fouled during the build-up to the goal.

As the melee unfolded on the pitch, DeMbare fans invaded the pitch, uprooting the goalposts and tearing the nets.

Speaking during ZTN’s coverage of the game, former CAPS United captain David Sengu blamed Dynamos players for causing the chaos. Said Sengu:

Do we need to be known because of violence whenever these two sides meet?

They were playing entertaining football, but the fans will make the headlines more than the players on the pitch at the end of the day.

The players are to blame for these incidents because they are the ones who are causing the chaos.

The moment you start confronting the referee, the fans get agitated. If it’s not a foul, you should admit it.

If there is no whistle blown, continue to play football.

Sengu added that both Nyahwa and Dynamos goalkeeper Taimon Mvula were wrong to claim they were injured in the build-up to the Highlanders goal. He said:

The goalkeeper has the advantage of using his hands. Mvula never tried to catch the ball because he wanted a foul.

Why did Nyahwa remain on the floor (after losing the ball) when the referee didn’t blow his whistle?

When Highlanders scored their goal, he quickly rose and protested to the referee.

I thought he should have stood up, continued playing, and do the confrontation later.

Captain Jaure is the one who should talk to the referee, not any other players, but you can’t complain about every decision made.

More: Soccer24

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30 Comments

Football lover 1 month ago

dynamos players were a mess even at the independence game until their own fns protested by throwing missiles onto the pitch. Dynamos players seriously lack discipline.


The Patriot 1 month ago

These 2 teams should play@ an empty stadium. To think.that they hav e bigger sponsorship than any other clubs.


Asalif 1 month ago

But guys Shona's lost to Bosso


Asalif 1 month ago

But guys Shona's lost to Bosso


Original Asalif 1 month ago

Usadaro wangu why do you steal my name

Easy 1 month ago

phambili ngehighlanders yithimu yezwe lonke leyi, dynamos supporters learn to respect us as the Highlanders family , including your players also they should not invite violence when we are playing .


Obey Mthunzie 1 month ago

Phambili nge Highlanders iBOSSO itm uyezwe lonke itshilamoya


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Vanso 1 month ago

Say no to tribalism


Tkt 1 month ago

@Bright varcy cc vako Ali, i miss her too much


roger miller 1 month ago

lowlanders must play their matches in empty stadiums


Ungasjayelikabi wena 1 month ago

Roger Miller ungasjayelikabi

putin 1 month ago

gukurahundi


Fan 1 month ago

mfana bill Antonio how can you break someone's leg in a tackle....how does it make you feel to end someone's carrier as a footballer


VaVhenda 1 month ago

those with tribalistic mind we leave you with your thoughts that makes the country go nowhere there are countries with more than 20 tribes but they have one thing in common development and prosperity of their country


1 month ago


Asalif 1 month ago

it's high time these teams use a neutral venue on an empty stadium that is the best security move


🅝🅓🅔🅑🅔🅛🅔🅩1 - 0🅢🅗🅞🅝🅐🅢 1 month ago

ˡᵉᵗˢ ᵘⁿⁱᵗᵉ ᵃⁿᵈ ˢᵃʸ ᴺᴼ ᵀᴼ ᵗʳⁱᵇᵃˡⁱˢᵐ ᵃⁿᵈ ᵛᵃⁿᵈᵃˡⁱˢᵐ


MTHWAKAZI REPUBLIC 1 month ago

NDEBELE 1 - SHONA'S 1
no to tribalism

samarz 1 month ago

Hope Tagwirei iz watching hz sponsor ship teams playing


Ezikamagebhula 🏁🏴‍☠️ 1 month ago

Oksalayo Bosso 1- Okunye 0


Bosso 1 month ago

Bosso ngenkani

. 1 month ago

Reflective of how low our country have fallen.


Supporter 1 month ago

match yeDyna & Highl inotoda pasina maFans..


Mangethe 1 month ago

Fans were not the problem today

Ospina 1 month ago

Uprooting the goalposts and tearing the nets that's thuggish behavior on steroids😤😤


Bright 1 month ago

Ummmm ithink dynamos ne hilanders ka dzofana kmbomiswa bhora idzi makambinzwa kti ngezi ne zpc zvamutsa musindo her


ABSA 1 month ago

why is it there's always violence between dynamos and Highlanders games i 一don't get it?


Mangethe 1 month ago

It's a tribal game seen as a fight between two biggest tribes in the country

Mutoriro Movement 1 month ago

They fear each other that z why so.

Mangethe 1 month ago

These players should be banned or given a severe punishment that will tend to be an example to other players



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