Dynamos have taken a major climbdown, pardoning Marshall Machazane, Obey Mwerahari and Peace Makaha after the club had initially wanted to fire them on allegations of inciting other players to strike over outstanding dues.
There was, however, no mercy for Kingston Nkatha who was given his clearance letter following the expiry of his six-month contract at the end of December.
The three players who got suspended in October without any benefits have only received written warnings.
A source at the club says the executive has been forced to make a major climbdown because the hearing exposed them as the players had no case to answer.
Also, the failure to attract big-name players of late has forced the club to rescind on its decision as a number of teams have been inquiring about the players.
But this could be too late as Machazane has already signed for Harare City while Makaha is on top of the list of players targeted by cash-rich Manica Diamonds.
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