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Striking Dynamos players face Rhinos


Industrial action ... Striking Dynamos players agreed to fulfil Sunday's Rhinos fixture

16/08/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Tough job as players refuse to train ... Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa
 
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YNAMOS will face Black Rhinos in the Chibuku Super Cup first round on Sunday without training this week after players continued with their strike on Friday.

The capital city club has boycotted training for the whole week in protest over unpaid bonuses.

Club chairman Kenny Mubaiwa and his secretary general Webster Chikengezha on Friday met the players for the first time since the strike started morning at Gwanzura Stadium but the impasse was not broken.

The players however, agreed to fulfil Sunday’s game and resume the boycott on Monday.

“The chairman told us that there is no money and we just told him that we will play the game and continue with the strike on Monday,” one player told SuperSport player on condition of anonymity.

“We handed the executive a written petition which but we doubt if they will meet our demands.”

Mubaiwa confirmed meeting the players but however said they agreed on some issues while other matters were not concluded.
 
“There is no money at the club and everyone knows that. We understand the players’ grievances but the way they registered them was wrong,” he said.

It is the second time for Dynamos to stage industrial this season after they also did so in March just before they played Congolese side AS Vita in the Caf Champions League second round.





 
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