Curtworth Masango

RICHARD Chihoro says he will let protocol take its course amid reports there are manoeuvres to stop the disciplinary hearings for the DeMbare Trio next week.

The long-serving manager, coach Herbert Maruwa and assistant coach Murape Murape are set to answer various charges, including the use of juju and drugs.

Amid the chaos, the emergence of a photograph of club legend Tauya Murewa, smiling at a church conference this week, appears to be a throwback to a past when those who didn’t believe in juju were accepted members of this institution.

In a way, the Flying Doctor even appears to be laughing at the chaos at his old club.

It emerged yesterday that the club executive is set to meet Dynamos supremo Bernard Marriot today to discuss the developments at the club.

Sources say Marriot is pushing for the hearings to be stopped.

“The problem is that this issue had divided opinion in the matter it was handled and, above all, the allegations (have damaged) the image of the club.

“However, the real agenda of the meeting is known by the owner of the club as no agenda has been (sent).” When contacted for a comment, Chihoro said:

“I can’t say much but all I can confirm is I am set to undergo a disciplinary hearing next week which I will attend.”

Murape simply said:

“I don’t want to comment.”

Dynamos interim coach Genesis Mangombe has denied allegations that there is bad blood between him and Maruwa.

“Reports are saying that there is bad blood between us but that’s not the case.

“He hasn’t told me any of that sort.

“And, from my part, I didn’t do any backbiting on him.

“For me, we are brothers and it’s just like everywhere, when a coach is sacked normally his assistant remains in charge.”

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