After months of speculation about his future, Dynamos have fired coach David Mandigora for failing to deliver good results.
Club chairman Keni Mubaiwa said they releaved Mandigora of his duties Friday morning because he has failed to meet set targets.
"Tonderayi Ndiraya has been put in charge for now are we continue with our quest to find Mandigora's replacement," said Mubaiwa.
Surprisingly, Mandigora has been fired at a time when his team is not doing all that badly, being only three points behind leaders Triangle.
Word doing rounds in Harare, however, is that Dynamos are trying to persuade Warriors coach, Kalisto Kasuwa, to return to the club.
At the same time, Dynamos were Friday drawn to meet Hwahwa Prisons in the first round of the Chibuku Super Cup following the draw conducted at Zebra Bar in Mbare.
The Glamour Boys were represented by treasurer, Webster Marecher, who is wary of the Prions Warders having earlier lost to them in the league.
Defending champions FC Platinum have been drawn to face Dongo Swamills who are bottom of the 16 team Premier Soccer League assembly.
The other pairings were:
Harare City vs Buffaloes
FC Platinum vs Dongo
Chapungu vs Flame Lilly
Caps United vs ZPC Kariba
How Mine vs Highlanders
Triangle vs Tsholotsho
Hwange vs Chicken Inn.
Highlanders chairman for Harare Chapter, Mordem Ngwenya, says How Mine will be in for a hiding.
Caps United team manager Alois Bunjira says the Green Machine were lucky to avoid Highlanders.
FC Platinum won the Chibuku Super Cup last season.