Dynamos have refused to compensate Caps United over the transfer of striker Newman Sianchali to DeMbare from Makepekepe.
The Green Machine are claiming that they should receive some form of compensation from Dynamos after Sianchali dumped the club for the Glamour Boys.
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The former Highlanders striker’s contract with Caps expired last year in December, but because no football was played over the course of 2020, the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) ruled that player’ contracts should roll over to this year.
Bulawayo Chiefs are also demanding compensation for Shadreck Nyahwa who is training with DeMbare.
Meanwhile, Dynamos chairman Isaiah Mupfurutsa said the issue of compensation should be discussed between the clubs that are making such demands and the players. He told NewsDay:
At Dynamos, we are a responsible corporate citizen or an institutional citizen because we believe in developing soccer and we also believe in developing players and talent and if a player says they no longer want to be with Dynamos, we don’t see any need to be standing in their way.
So these issues that are there I think it’s a matter of time they will eventually be settled.
… I would like to believe that there is always a remedy to any dispute. I don’t see it necessary for a club to withhold clearance.
We are in a country that has got effective laws, so why not utilise that route.
Several players from other clubs saw their one-year contracts lapse without them kicking the ball for their respective clubs.