South African clubs which have Zimbabwean players on their books are eagerly awaiting the announcement of players that have been banned from football activity.
Mamelodi Sundowns run the risk of losing two of their players with Method Mwanjali and Nyasha Mushekwi who have both been implicated and are yet to be cleared.
Speculation is rife that Mwanjali and Mushekwi are both among a list of 13 individuals set to be handed with life bans.
Another South African club that could lose the services of a key player is Bidvest Wits who have Thomas Sweswe on their books.
University of Pretoria could lose Washington Arubi and Lionel Mutizwa who are both among the list of players to travel to the far east.
Arubi took part in two encounters while Mutizwa was involved in 13 matches.
Kaizer chiefs will be equally worried as Zhaimu Jambo is still to know his fate.
The Amakhosi man took part in two encounters.
Gilbert Mapemba who plays for Moroka Swallows is another player that is yet to be exonerated.
While most teams will be sweating over the potential loss of players, Black Leopards could find themselves without a coach as Sunday Chidzambwa is said to be part of the scandal.
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