The teams’ leadership is understood to have sent a Serve Our Soccer Appeal (SOS) to Chidzambwa after parting ways with title winning coaching Calisto Pasuwa over contractual disagreements.
Chidzambwa is without a club after parting ways with South Africa’s Black Leopards following a string of poor results.
The coach is in Harare for the holidays and was seen at Raylton Sports Club in the company of Freddy Mkwesha, the vice chairperson of the De Mbare board of directors.
Dynamos chairman Kenny Mubaiwa could not deny that they have sent overtures to Chidzambwa saying the former Warriors captain and coach was a Dynamos son who could be appointed to any position should the club feel likewise.
Mubaiwa says Dynamos are a big club and as such they are looking for a high profile coach though on the club’s terms.
Chidzambwa is a respected figure at Dynamos having captained the squad in the 80s and enjoys the support of most members of the club’s board of directors whom he has worked with for sometime. He also enjoys massive popularity among the team’s fans.
Chidzambwa is widely considered as the most successful coach in Zimbabwean football history having taken the Warriors to their first ever African Cup of Nations finals in 2004.
Prior to that he led Dynamos to the finals of the 1998 Caf Champions League and was also the director of coaching when the team reached the semi finals ten years later.
He has two COSAFA Senior Challenge titles with the Warriors and in South Africa he guided little Black Leopards to promotion in the Premiership.