malajila.jpgCuthbert Malajila’s father Ernest Makosa has challenged Dynamos and Chapungu Football Club to find an amicable solution around the wrangle between the two parties which he fears could destroy his son’s career.

Painfully watching as his son Cuthbert Malajila continues to gaze from the sidelines following a transfer fee deadlock ,Mr.Makosa has finally spoken out on the stalemate .

A former Dynamos player himself who donned the blue and white jersey with distinction during his heydays, Ernest Makosa challenged the interested parties to find an imminent solution and end the pain and suffering that have been inflicted on his son.

Makosa’s remarks come in the wake of a lengthy stalemate between Dembare and the Air force outfit emanating from the Glamour boys failure to pay Chapungu US$24 000 agreed for the player. The Airforce side has demanded that Dynamos should stop using the player until they render to Caesar what belongs to him.

The impasse between Chapungu and Dynamos has condemned the nimble footed striker to watching action from the sidelines in what many fear could pull back the influential forward’s progress. 

In Premier league matches played over the weekend, Motor Action’s 100 percent winning record was brought to an end after the Premiership pacesetters were held to a to a one all draw by Kiglon in a league match at Gwanzura Stadium on Sunday.

In Bulawayo,Highlanders bounced back from two successive defeats with a 2-1 win over Lengthens at Barbourfields Stadium, while FC Victoria and Eagles settled for a one all draw at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo.