As the clock ticks closer to Sunday’s Harare derby, Caps United players have downed tools to force through the club management to pay their unpaid allowances in what could be major boost to their under-fire rivals, Dynamos who are desperately looking to overturn their poor start to the season.
Caps United started the strike last week with other some of senior players threatening not to travel to with the team to Triangle which led to midfielder, Denver Mukamba missing the trip due to lack of proper communication.
In an interview with 263Chat, some of the Makepekepe players said they will only begin training when they receive their allowances.
“The past two games we won, we did not receive our winning allowances and we are being given empty promises every day.
“We will not train until we receive our money, if you work you need to be paid your money,” one of the players on condition of anonymity.
Caps United Chief Executive Officer, Cuthbert Chitima was not available to comment.
Meanwhile, Dembare had their training in the morning today with midfielder, Emmanuel Mandiranga training with the rest of the squad following his recovery from a long term layoff due to injury.
Dynamos is already geared for the mouthwatering clash against Makepekepe and will be hoping to bag their first set of points after a disappointing start to the season.