Mutuma was out of the club for four matches, complaining that his contract was not being honoured, as he was not being paid, but Coach Mark Harrison recently revealed the player had now apologized for his actions and could be back in action this weekend.
Mutuma missed the games against Highlanders, Chapungu, Dongo Sawmills and the 2-0 win over Tsholotso last weekend. Caps United play Flame Lilly at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday and Harrison was straight to the point.
“Roddy has apologised for his behaviour and he is back at the club. If he is fit, he should play this week,” said Harrison, who added that they had warned the player against such action in future, emphasising the need to sit down and talk things over.
The financial situation at Caps United has apparently improved, following Farai Jere’s recent take-over of the club as the major shareholder, after he agreed terms of a financial injection with then club owner, Twine Phiri. Phiri remains at the club as vice president, as he still holds a small stake.Post published in: Football