21 December 2018
DYNAMOS players suspended at the end of the just ended season are still to receive their verdicts, H-Metro can reveal.
Marshall Machazane, Kingstone Nkhatha, Obey Mwerahari and Peace Makaha were suspended indefinitely for inciting other players to boycott over unpaid wages.
H-Metro understands none of the players have been told of their future at the club with coach Lloyd Chigowe already in the process of assembling what he termed a competitive squad ahead of the 2019 season.
The players are believed to have sought the counsel of the Footballers Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ) in an effort to speed the process.
One of the players said they are now growing impatient over the delay as they have not been paid since they were suspended.
“They just don’t want to tell us the verdict and it’s been long now, last month they didn’t pay and they delay again to pay us,” he said.
The Glamour Boys exited the Chibuku Super Cup at the semi-final stage against Triangle and it was the last game they were involved as the team went on to wrap up their relegation survival in the league without them.
A source said the players had indeed not received their dues after the defeat to eventual winners Triangle but the verdict is long overdue.
“Vakanyima vanhu mari ye Chibuku because players took majersey avo so it could not have been a few players at fault.
“The club has to tell the players what they have decided, if the players stay or move on, that’s what they don’t want to reveal, the players still want to represent the club,” said the source.
Another source said the issue of money is just a cover up.
“They are running Dynamos like a tuckshop, with what I saw they just there to use people with the story of money, it’s been garnished.”