Warriorsâ€™ striker Cuthbert Malajilaâ€™s career is once again on the rocks as information at hand reveal that his employers Chapungu is demanding an outstanding amount of US$ 24 000 from Dynamos before Malajila can kick a ball donning the blue and white kit.
An official from the Air Force of Zimbabwe side said, in Chapungu terms, â€˜Malajilaâ€™s contract with Dynamos was terminated on 15 April after DeMbare failed to own up their payment deadline of 12 Aprilâ€™.
The source further revealed that Chapungu were left angered and are accusing Dembare of unethical conduct.
Â They say the striker was not even supposed to feature for DeMbare during the Independence Cup final that DeMbare won 2-nil.
Dynamos committee member David Mandigora acknowledged Chapunguâ€™s demands but said DeMbare can not find the required US$ 24 000 in just two days.
Â He said currently the team has not started its league matches and has no other sources of income.
Mandigora added that the Malajila issue is now causing disharmony within the Dynamos camp as some players are now disgruntled over what they term preferential treatment of one player. He said Dembare can not be held at ransom especially when almost all clubs are financially insolvent and are hoping that Chapungu will act in a sociable and reasonable manner to avoid jeopardizing the career of Malajila.