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04/03/2014 00:00:00
by Staff Reporter
 
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DYNAMOS players boycotted training on Tuesday morning demanding outstanding winning bonuses, allowances and signing on fees ahead of their Orange Champions League first round, second leg match against AS Vita of the DRC on Saturday.

The players claim they have not been paid their signing on fees, winning bonuses from the 3-0 win over Mochudi Centre Chiefs in the first and the 1-1 away draw in addition to allowances from last weekend's 0-0 draw against AS Vita at the National Stadium.

On the other hand, the Dynamos leadership says they have bought tickets for the DRC return leg and will pay the players on their return.

"We will pay the money once we return. In fact the board had a meeting on that and other issues this morning (Tuesday) and the issue was discussed and everything will be cleared as soon as possible," said club chairman Kenny Mubaiwa.

Dynamos are suffering from financial problems as their main backers BancABC said they do not have the finances to cater for their Champions League campaign and will only sponsor them for the local season.

Dynamos plan to leave on Friday for the Saturday tie.
 

We'll pay the players after Saturday game in the DRC ... Kenny Mubaiwa


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