Suspended Dynamos team manager Richard Chihoro and assistant coach Murape Murape are not yet off the hook and will face the music on Monday contrary to reports that their hearings have been shelved.
The duo who face a litany of allegations ranging from insubordination, extortion to smoking mbanje at training sessions for Murape will appear before the Dynamos disciplinary committee on Monday.
There were reports on Friday that the duo had been reinstated to their posts following the intervention of board chairman Bernard Marriot but ZimSports Connect has it on good authority that the two will be hauled before the disciplinary committee on Monday.
Indications are that after the hearing, Chihoro and Murape will not return to the senior team and will be deployed away from the senior team. Chihoro is set to be given an administrative role that would take him away from the dugout far from the team while Murape is set to be shunted down to the juniors.
Suspended coach Hebert Maruwa who was also due to appear for a hearing on Friday facing a number of charges that includes extortion, is now negotiating for a mutual separation.
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