Caps United President Apologises Over Players’ Incident

Caps United president Farai Jere has said the club’s players were set to receive their salaries before the end of last week.

This comes after the players accosted club vice president Nhamo Tutisani at his offices on Tuesday demanding their dues.

Jere, who is the Premier Soccer League (PSL) chairman, said the embarrassing situation could have been avoided with better communication. He said:

From the reports that I got, there was a misunderstanding. While the management was planning to pay them salaries for the other month, they (players)thought that was the only money they were getting.

But the issue has since been resolved, everything is now in order. Their money is there and is going to be paid this week.

Look, this money came from NetOne and it is meant for salaries and it will be used for that purpose.

Jere apologised to Caps United stakeholders and Zimbabwean football in general for the incident.

He said he engaged the players who also apologised for their role in the fiasco.

More: NewsDay

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