Njengoba nje uMaphepha engekho akukacaci ukuthi basithembisani. Below is a quotation engakusiza ukuba ube le update ngomumo okuthimu.
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif"> Sibanda, who is with the Warriors in Egypt for the 2006 Africa Cup of Nations, is expected in the country anytime from tomorrow and his election is seen in the Highlanders quarters as one that will also help bring players to the negotiating table...
...The election of a new executive might also work in favour of players who were close to being offloaded in the previous setup...
...In his report, former chairman Kennedy Ndebele said Thabani Masawi, Kashinga Mulunda, Charles Maguraushe and Collin Nyambiya had not impressed during the season.
Masawi has already left for Botswana while Mulunda returned to Zambia. Maguraushe was not given enough time to play while Nyambiya was bogged down by injuries.
The new executive will face a tough time in persuading senior players to stay, although most of the players are close to the new chairman.
?Those are urgent issues that need to be given utmost attention. The absence of the new chairman will not affect the work that has to be done. He should be in the country by the end of the week. We have to get things going as soon as possible,? Dube said.
Senior players like Mkhuphali Masuku, Chipo Tsodzo, Tapuwa Kapini and Johannes Ngodzo are out of contract, while the team is still owed winning bonuses from last year which Sibanda?s leadership has to deal with.
They already have $150 million donated by club members on Sunday and if they move with speed they could secure more funding.
The team has no sponsorship deals for now</font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">