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News: Reports-Caps United CEO Resigns Under Unclear Circumstances


The now 'former CEO' of Caps United, Cuthbert Chitima is said to have left his job at the club after 3 years of service.

Rumours from credible sources are that Cuthbert chitima decided to resign after internal clashes with fellow staff members.

But a source close to Chitima had this to say on the rumours of clashes, “I heard about his (Chitima) resignations yestarday.

“Circumstances are that they have been poor working relationship between the CEO and Tutisani Nhamo a minority shareholder.

“They had several clashes that eventually saw Chitima handing his resignation,”

Another seemingly harmful rumour to Chitima's image which has been published on a Dembare Fan Page cites accusations of influencing his technical team to fix a vital Caps United match in the league against struggling giants Dynamos in order to keep the Mbare giants in league as reasons for his resignation. A Caps United technical team member is reportedly said to have revealed the information to Farai Jere (ZPSL Board Member) who has since called for thorough investigations.

The 'now' former CEO took up post in 2015 as acting CEO before becoming permanent in 2016  when a new Caps United board was appointed.

During his term, Caps United won the ZPSL championship in 2016 and managed to reach the group stages of the Caf Champions League.

However, in the following season, player strikes over unpaid salaries rocked the club. Several players who joined Caps United in the 2018 ZPSL transfer window complained and threatened to leave after the management failed to honour contract agreements.

Cuthbert Chitima has been credibly linked with a PSL Chief Executive Officer post to replace Kenny Ndebele is more likely the real reason why the former Caps United man has left the 'Green Machine'

Story: Caps United (Official) & Dembare Fan Page

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