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    Thursday, 28 January 2016

    Una Una pays US$4000 for hearing

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    MASVINGO - Eastern Region outfit Masvingo Utd FC also known as Una Una has paid the appeals fee which is a requirement for their case to be heard by the ZIFA Player Status Committee for the two players they allege Mutare City Rovers FC used unlawfully during the just ended season.
    Una Una paid US$4000 on January 25, the stipulated deadline set by Zimbabwe Football Association in their case which they allege that Mutare City used Dellain Chivandire and Tafadzwa Mukahlera who were not registered with them during the 2015 season.
    Mutare City won the league but Una Una is disputing that and want Rovers to be docked points for using unregistered players. If Mutare City is found guilty Una Una will be declared the champions of the region as they finished second only two points behind.
    The payment was confirmed by Una Una secretary, Collen Maboke to The Mirror.
    "A well-wisher paid the appeals fee on our behalf but he does not wish to be identified, we are now awaiting the date for the hearing from ZIFA Player Status Committee," said Maboke.
    Meanwhile, the interdict hearing meant to stop Mutare City from being crowned Eastern Region champions which set for January 26, has been postponed to February 11, at the request of Mutare City's lawyer Charles Ndlovu who wanted more time to look into the submissions by Masvingo Utd FC.
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