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