CAPS United minority shareholder and Premier Soccer League chairperson, Twine Phiri, is not a wanted man within the structures of the Philip Chiyangwa led ZIFA Board, with the later arguing that the former was put on position during the Cuthbert Dube tenure, and his (Dube) dethrowning automatically dissolves his board as well.
In an executive meeting held at the ZIFA Village in the capital yesterday, it was agreed that the Premier Soccer League should hold fresh elections to choose a new Chairperson, with the polls scheduled for the 13th of next month.
Twine Phiri now owns only 20% stake at Makepekepe, after selling some shares to Farai Jere, who now boasts as the majority shareholder, controlling a total of 60% stake, with the remaining 20 granted to Lewis Uriri.
It is against this background that the PSL should hold fresh polls to ouster Twine Phiri as its chairperson since according to the PSL constitution, which stipulates that only a club president or the majority shareholder can take up the Chairman position within the structures of the premier soccer league.
Eyesbrows and some red flags are however being raised by the football fraternity as to who is going to be the next PSL chairman, with Farai Jere a very possible candidate.
During the ZIFA presidential elections campain, Farai Jere was the campaigning manager for Philip Chiyangwa, who is now the president of the institution following the December 5 landslide victory.
It is however yet to be seen if Dr Phil would return the favour for his campaigning manager by elevating him to the Hot Seat within the PSL. Twine Phiri will be remembered for bringing on board the Delta sponsorship deal through their Castle Lager Brand, Supersport TV, Easycall, Mbada Diamonds, Super8 from Banc ABC.
On the same meeting yesterday, a huge step ahead the rebuilding plan as specified the Philip Chiyangwa manifesto was taken as the Asiagate sanctions were all removed with immediate effect.
All members who were under the ban can now actively participate in various football matters
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