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    Gutu High cry foul over NASH treatment


    CHIREDZI- One of Masvingo Province soccer powerhouses, Gutu High School has cried foul over the vetting of their team at the U-20 boys National Association of Secondary School Heads (NASH) at Hippo Valley last week which resulted in six of their players being disqualified.
    Gutu High coach Tafadzwa Mashiri was fuming after the students from other teams like Dewure High were used to vet out six players from Gutu High resulting in the team fielding a depleted team yet other teams were not affected at all.
    "Vetting system should be improved because it was poor and how come  only students from Gutu were vetted out, our games were started late at 12: 45pm and the final was abandoned due to poor lightning and this greatly affected my team," said Mashiri
    In an interview with The Mirror, National Association for Secondary School Heads (NASH) provincial head, Tranos Mbwirire said that he cannot give a comment on the issue
    "I cannot give a comment on that because there are procedures during vetting," said Mbwirire.
    Gutu high was greatly angered by the poor vetting system
    The tournament was sponsored by Proton Bakery.
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