Highlanders players have reportedly gone on strike again demanding at least their January salaries.
According to the Chronicle, the players refused to train yesterday afternoon despite the efforts by some members of the club’s executive to plead with them. The team had failed to hold a morning training session as their bus had no diesel.
“What we’ve agreed that we will only start training when our January salaries have been paid,” said one player to the newspaper.
“The treasurer (Ndebele) told us that the latest we can get our money is next week Tuesday, and we said fine, we will report for work, but will not train.
“We know that Caps United have made a plan and paid their players January salaries, why can’t the club also do the same.”
Early this month, the Bosso players walked out of the camp and came back two days later after the executive promised to pay them their January salaries.
The Bulawayo giants are still waiting for NetOne to unveil a new sponsorship package after the deal signed last season ended in December. They are also believed to be in talks with a South African company owned by a Zimbabwean.
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