NetOne have revealed that they paid Dynamos striker Christian Epoupa a total of more than $18 000.

In a statement, the NetOne CEO Lazarus Muchenje said they cleared all the money owed to the Cameroonian as part of their sponsorship agreement with the Glamour Boys contrary to media reports that the club failed to pay his dues.

Epoupa missed the opening games of the season, demanding his outstanding dues which amount to over $16 000. The fall-out attracted media attention since the beginning of the 2018 season.

At some point, it was reported that the player no longer want to play for Dembare.

Part of the statement reads:

To this end, we wish to put on record and categorically state that NetOne is not in any financial breach in terms of its sponsorship agreement with Dynamos and has it has processed ALL of Epoupa’s allowances and Sign On fees as per the schedules submitted to NetOne by Dynamos. To date NetOne and Dynamos have paid a gross total of $18,125.00 to Epoupa this year.