Bosso blame PSL

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Bare said the rea­son why PSL no longer send funds in ad­vance was be­cause be­fore some coaches and cap­tains would not come for the vot­ing process de­spite hav­ing been sent trans­port money.

“Clubs were sup­posed to make their own way and have their trans­port al­lowances re­im­bursed when they ar­rive in Harare. That was the ar­range­ment with the spon­sor be­cause in pre­vi­ous years we have given clubs money and they failed to turn up,’’ Bare said.

She said it was re­gret­table that High­landers were blam­ing the PSL for their lack of rep­re­sen­ta­tion at the se­lec­tion yet the travel ar­range­ments were com­mu­ni­cated to all clubs.

High­landers had their coach Ndlovu and cap­tain Moyo ab­sent at the se­lec­tion, some­thing that could have cost some of their play­ers who had prospects of mak­ing it into the sea­son’s best 11. In the end, only goal­keeper Ariel Sibanda, who kept 16 clean sheets, saved two penal­ties

and scored a penalty him­self this sea­son was se­lected, while Gabriel Ny­oni as well as Adrian Silla, the other Bosso play­ers who stood a chance of mak­ing the cut missed out.

With FC Plat­inum away on na­tional duty in Mada­gas­car, their coach Nor­man Mapeza and skip­per Pet­ros Mhari were al­lowed to sub­mit postal votes. This saw the two-times-in-a-row cham­pi­ons con­tribut­ing the high­est num­ber of play­ers with Rod­well Chinyengetere, Farai Madan­hanga and Kevin Moyo deemed to have been out­stand­ing in 2018. — @Mdaw­ini_29

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