Highlanders have stepped up an initiative to sensitise their supporters on the negative impact of football hooliganism on the team, supporters and the beautiful game.
This comes at a time Bosso are accused of unsportsmanship behaviour of disrupting matches.
Highlanders Acting chairman, Modern Ngwenya said the country’s oldest club does not condone violence in stadia and stands for the promotion of fair play in football.
Ngwenya was responding to counter accusations on social media that Highlanders were planning to disrupt the Chicken Inn – Dynamos match at Barbourfields over the weekend.
He said those people who are bent on tarnishing the image of Highlanders are Bosso detractors.
Bosso were charged by the premiership for causing the abandonment of their match against Dynamos.
The premiership also awarded Dynamos 3 points on a 3-nil score-line.
Following that incident, the Highlanders executive devised a method of road shows and banners to educate their supporters on hooliganism.
A case in point is the Bosso executive taking it upon themselves to ensure that missiles were not brought into the stadium against their games against Bantu Rovers and Chicken Inn.
Ngwenya said the security at stadia seem to be sleeping on duty and they now have responsible supporters controlling rowdy fans from the terraces.
Meanwhile, Highlanders is set to lose four key players during the PSL transfer window with the club indicating that they have had consultations with South African clubs on left back, Honest Moyo, King Nadolo, Simon Munawa and Prince Dube.
The club has vowed to promote juniors from their Division 1 side, Bosso 90 in the event the quartet leaves.