The raging battle at Dynamos between the disgruntled players and the unperturbed executive continued on Tuesday with the players refusing to train.
The players, especially the senior ones are adamant that they will neither train nor play a competitive game until they are paid what they are owed.
Even the new players that joined the club this year also have concerns with the executive after receiving half salaries for January with the club’s leadership arguing that some of the players signed their deals during mid-month. Of the new players, only James Marufu and returning Blessing Moyo took to the field alongside a number of rookies after senior players boycotted.
The win over eternal rivals Caps United and the prospect of facing another bitter rival Highlanders in the ZNA Charity Shield this Sunday have even failed to make the players and the executive find each other or the team’s cause.
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