Dynamos chairman, Kenny Mubaiwa, said the club did not condone violence and will take stern action after investigations. He said hooliganism chased away sponsors.
Premier Soccer League Chief Executive Officer, Kennedy Ndebele, said both clubs had been asked to submit reports of what transpired.
The game delayed because Hwange refused to come out of their changing room in retaliation to an alleged assault of their coaches, Nation Dube and Mebelo Njekwa, by Dynamos marshals, over witchcraft accusations, as the team entered the stadium. The two coaches were rushed to hospital where they were treated and released.
Hwange played under protest and lost to Dynamos, 4-2. Although the PSL can deal with the matter and probably act on Dynamos, they cannot change the final result of the match.
Dynamos marshals have a record of manhandling opponents at the gates. A few years back, then Eastern Lions coach, Brenna Msiska, had salt sprinkled all over his body, allegedly to neutralise the juju he was carrying. Another victim, Highway midfielder, Willard Kastande, had refined tobacco rubbed on him for being suspected of carrying some muti.