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Caps United Players refuse 'peanuts' 10 Bond Match Allowance - throw it back to the official


Caps United senior team players reportedly refused to receive RTGS$ 10.00 (almost equivalent to USD $2.00) for each player meant as match allowance after their 1 : 0 win against Harare City on the weekend.

Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League Caps United Squad
Image: Caps United 2019 Squad 263Chat


A source to told media news company, 263Chat, that the bond notes were thrown back to the Caps United's official who had handed the money on behalf of the club to the players.

Players reportedly demanded the official 'to take back the peanuts'.

Some of the source's words;

“There was war in the dressing room on Sunday after Hardlife’s (Hardlife Zvirekwi) birthday celebration as one of the club officials came with players’ allowances translating to $10 bond for each player. This did not go down well with the players that have done a remarkable job this far,”

"Imagine, what can $10 bond buy in this age?. This amount of money is peanuts. The amount of money can not even buy five litres of fuel, thus they had to refuse the money.”

Caps United are in a season of club status revival under coach Lloyd Chitembwe, and are second on the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League log with 13 (league) points and a match to play.

Edited From: Source https://www.263chat.com/





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