Disunited Caps face PSL wrath, insist they will play Dynamos Club in turmoil … Coach Mark Harrison (red shirt) with his striking players on Saturday

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CAPS United face PSL sanctions after they failed to fulfil their away clash against How Mine but the club insists they will turn up for Easter Monday’s derby against Dynamos.
Despite travelling to Bulawayo for the match on Thursday, Caps United players refused to take to the pitch in protest over outstanding salaries, winning bonuses and signing-on fees.
United recently parted ways with their new sponsors following a contractual misunderstanding.
The incident will see How Mine being handed three points without kicking the ball while United would be slapped with a fine by the PSL according to the league’s standing rules.
“We will only act after receiving the match commissioner’s report. We are waiting for it to be handed to us so we cannot say anything about the matter at the moment,” said PSL chief executive officer Kenny Ndebele.
Caps boycott could disturb their campaign which they kicked off on a bright note with wins in their first two matches in which they beat WhaWha 2-1 away before a 1-0 home victory over FC Platinum.
Source said the players have insisted on a play as you earn arrangement and will likely demand part of their pay before games.
Club president Twine Phiri said Monday’s showdown against Dynamos would go ahead.

Hired foreign coach but struggling to pay his players … Caps president Twine Phiri