zimbabwe-u23.jpgInvestigations into the Asiagate Scandal are continuing with ZIFA revealing that the number of players who were implicated is likely to increase owing to disparities between actual participants and those fingered in the report.

With 82 players having been suspended from turning out for national teams, ZIFA Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Mashingaidze revealed that more players are likely to be suspended as some who were fingered in the report have not been included in the list.

With football observers questioning the absence of officials from those suspended, Mashingaidze said the matter is still in the hands of the Disciplinary Committee.

Meanwhile, former ZIFA CEO Henrietta Rushwaya who was arrested on Thursday evening is still in police custody.

Rushwaya who was picked up by officers from the Anti-Corruption Commission on allegations of bribery, corruption and match-fixing linked to the Asiagate scam is detained at Avondale Police Station and is expected to appear in court on Monday.