Bosso property attached

BULAWAYO - Highlanders Football Club yesterday had its property attached by the deputy sheriff following the club’s former midfielder Masimba Mambare’s court victory to recover $10 000 in outstanding signing on fees.

Mambare, who is being represented by the Footballers’ Union of Zimbabwe (FUZ), last week successfully secured a writ of execution to attach the Bulawayo giants’ property which includes the team’s bus.

This comes barely a month after Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa officially handed over the 65-seater team bus secured out of a partnership between the oldest football club in the country and its long-time benefactor Tshinga Dube at a ceremony held at Barbourfields Stadium.

Fuz secretary-general Paul Gundani said: “The property has already been attached and it will be removed on the 10th of July. There are two buses that have been attached, including the new one and all the office furniture.”

Office furniture attached includes four filing cabinets, one refrigerator, Television set, office desks, office chairs, computers, a printer, a set of sofas.

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