dynamos logoDynamos property which was attached by the Deputy Sheriff over a debt of $8000.00 to Motor Action will be sold next week.

Dynamos failed to pay Motor Action money over the deal involving striker William Kupera.

The Messenger of Court who raided the Harare football giants’ offices at the National Sports Stadium early last month and attached property, said the attached furniture which includes office chairs, desks and a computer
“Duly instructed by the Messenger of Court, Harare, we shall sell by public auction the following assets to the highest bidder within our premises on Tuesday, 11th March 2014 at 2.30pm. Motor Action Football Club vs Dynamos Football Club, case number 7449/13: 2 x wooden two-door cabinets, wooden table, 4 x office desks, two-drawer filling cabinets, 2 x steel-framed tables, 4-piece computer set, boardroom table, photocopier, 15 x office chairs, HP office jet printer and 3-piece computer set,” read the Messenger of Court sale-in execution.
This will be a major blow to cash strapped Dynamos who are already having difficulties in funding their CAF Champions league campaign.