Highlanders Football Club, a "marauding" club cum-smooth cruising Castle Lager Premier League stable that has relished a twenty-four unbeaten games is set to lose midfielder Masimba Mambare due to its failure to pay $10 000 signing-on fees at the inception of the 2012 season, the Real Soccer Investigating Unit can exclusively reveal.
Real Soccer eavesdropped into a tet-a-tet conversation between a renowned soccer critic and a distraught agent of the player wherein it emerged that the latter was about to unleash a "love" letter to the Bosso hierarchy to warn them that he was mulling moves to withdraw the player's services for the Dynamos – Highlanders epic battle of the 21st October should they continue thriving of enslaving the midfielder.
It is Mambare who is suffering a double tragedy as it has also emerged that Highlanders players have not been paid winning bonuses with no signs that Highlanders will make good the bill any time soon.
There are only five games left before the curtains of the 2012 Castle Lager Season come down.
Highlanders players recently boycotted training over outstanding bonuses from their last three wins - Shabanie Mine, Hwange and Black Mambas matches, with Club chairman Peter Dube confirming that Bosso was indeed in arrears.
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