The rogue Dynamos striker has insisted on terminating his contract with the Glamour boys despite having been paid his dues over the weekend, SportBrief has learned.
By SportBrief Reporter
Well it seems to be a case of too little too late for Dynamos as their frantic efforts to hold on to their prized striker have been rebuffed, with the Cameroonian Christian Epoupa rejecting the payment that was made by DeMbare sponsors NetOne on Sunday.
Epuopa had gone on strike after Dynamos had failed to pay his allowances which had accumulated to over $16 000.
Consequently, the Harare giants have solely missed the forwards services as they have found themselves second from bottom on the PSL table losing three and drawing two of their first five games of the season.
The issue appeared to have been resolved when the Glamour Boys sponsors, NetOne, announced that they had settled the matter by clearing Epoupa’s unpaid allowances.
However, it may be a little too late for that with the striker appearing to be fed up with the whole situation and now just looking for a way out of the country.
Sources close to the Cameroonian claim that he has even returned the payment that was made to him by NetOne, adding that he now only seeks release from his contract with Dynamos.
Under-fire Dynamos president Kenny Mubaiwa has confirmed the incident but refused to be drawn further into the matter.
“He returned the sim-card (that contained the NetOne payment), but it had money in it so the bottom line is that he was paid his money. I will not comment further because NetOne is now handling that issue,” said Kenny.