dynamos zimbabwe georger shaya.jpgIt appears the woes are back at the Dynamos camp just over two weeks before they face FC Lupopo of Congo in the first round of the CAF African Champions League after the popular Harare giants’ players boycotted training today over outstanding salaries.


The CAF champions league representatives who even started their pre-season training late because of financial constraints were again hit by a crisis as players demanded their December, January and February salaries.


 It is believed that the players are petitioning the Dynamos board to relieve secretary general Stan Kasukuwere of his duties as they say he is not serving their interests.


When all thought that sanity had finally returned at the Glamour Boys, that they were now ready for serious preparations ahead of their CAF Champions League first round first leg tie against Lupopo FC of the Democratic Republic of Congo, it seems the ghost of mayhem will continue to haunt Dembare.


What has made the situation worse is the fact that the team does not have a substantive executive since the departure of Patson Moyo late last year which has left Kasukuwere running the show.


The absence of an executive has forced the technical team to sometimes perform executive duties.