HIGHLANDERS players returned to training yesterday although the session got delayed by close to two hours as they continued to demand their dues.
Bosso owe several players their signing-on fees dating back to last year.
On Monday, the players refused to train as they demanded what they are owed.
On Tuesday morning, players pitched up for training, got into their gear but did not take to the field until after they had a lengthy meeting with club chief executive Ronald Moyo.
The Zimpapers Sports crew watched from a distance as the training was a closed session at the White City Stadium B Arena.
A senior player, who is also owed money, said they had agreed to resume training with the hope the club will move to settle their debts.
“It’s in the best interest for us to return to training.
“The chief promised they will sort out the situation but the promises are the same every year.
“We may have started training but you don’t want an unhappy squad,” said the player.
Another player said:
“We hope the club will honour their promise, we also do not like this situation also looking at the fact that the season will be starting soon.”